if my hands aren't warm when i play piano they start hurting after a while. i think you should try the gloves if it helps.
9th June, 2017
I've never heard of keeping your hands warm whilst playing, but I'm always worried that my hands will be too cold and stiff at competitions. However, just have your piano room at a warmish temperature and your hands should be fine.
Actually, I prefer my hands cold and dry. If they get warm, they get sweaty and my fingers slip all over the place.
I haven't had to deal with this myself, but I do have a friend who wears fingerless gloves when her hands get cold playing.
Oh, I've not heard of this but it's happend to me.
If my hands are cold, I can't play at all.
My hands get stiff and I can't do any runs.
oh, and ANY comments are welcome, don't be shy
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