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Published on Jan 16, 2011
http://www.playpiano.com/wordpress Fingering a 4-note straddle is similar to fingering a 3-note straddle, but of course you are dealing with 4 notes instead of 3, so a slightly different fingering is required. Play 2 of the 4 chord notes at once, leaving out the middle note, then play the remaining 2 notes, again leaving out the middle note. Pairing your 5th finger with your 2nd finger and your thumb with your 3rd finger works best for most people, although please remember that everyone's hands are different in size and shape.