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A slang term for the stimulation of the vagina with one or more fingers, either by oneself (i.e., masturbation) or by a partner.
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Fingersatz von = Fingering by Christine Schornsheim.
This study investigated the effect of various processing parameters on the formation of fingerings (16, 17) in gas (water)-assisted injection-molded parts.
Writing, saving, transferring or erasing editions with bowings or fingerings can be done in seconds, not hours.
I can see myself spending extra time writing in additional fingerings for many of the pieces.
If there is to be a new performance edition of Chopin's works, it ought to respond to a specific need, and to offer some improvement over previous editions: improved fingerings and editorial apparatus, better readability, perhaps a deeper-context approach to variants.
The new edition contributes fresh engraving, a short biography of the composer, performance notes and revised fingerings.
Sor's fingerings witness to an extraordinarily resourceful left-hand technique, capable sometimes of stretching a span of six frets (as in op.
Playing the songs I noted some fingerings that are not up to date with common contemporary performance practice.
The pages are mostly devoid of fingerings and other details such as articulation or dynamics.
Fingerings and bowings are omitted and 14 "articulation" suggestions are listed on the final page, which allows the teacher the freedom to assign a variety of different fingering and bowing options.
First, we address any rhythm issues that may be present, followed by any incorrect notes or fingerings.
Smith's double-third fingerings in "Fireflies" definitely work, though I'll be inclined to keep looking for options, especially where there are clear-cut issues.