What Does L.H. Over Mean? (Piano Music)

by Hiya Kabir
(Florida)


I am a beginner piano player and in my sheet music, it says LH Over on top of the treble clef. What does that mean?

The picture is one i made on Paint so sorry if there are mistakes on it though I tried to copy it directly from the book (Alfred's Premier Piano Course Lesson 1B p.22)

ANSWER

Hi, Hiya--

The "L.H. Over" means that you cross your left hand over your right hand and play the "C" above Middle C with the 3rd finger of your Left Hand.

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Lynne

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