Hey Rainer,

Starting from ”Om dan te komen” 

To arrive then at the description of the most important points and marks which 
one out of necessity has to observe, I will introduce the same concise and as 
easy as possible, leaving many things out which are not necessary. Firstly in 
order be able to place every finger in its place one should notice the points 
which have been put on the back of the character, as for example .b means the 
first finger, :c the second, .: the third, .:. the fourth and notice that these 
markings serve for the left hand. Secondly, as concerns the right hand one will 
notice that when below any letter there is a single point as for example ḍ, 
this means that the string has to be pulled with the first finger./ if there 
are two stripes as in (translator does’t know how to produce this sign which 
is a c with two little vertical stripes underneath )which means the second 
finger and if there is none with all(letters) it means the thumb so that you 
notice well and will not falter. and also do not for!
 get that when  you find a poit under a full stop (i.e. a chords) you play the 
same without thumb striking the three fingers inside the hand. Thirdly I warn 
you that when you find curved lines like (see original text which by the way 
shows a straight and a curved line) This means that one must hold the finger 
where the line begins until the letter where she ends.

Cheers!

Lex van Sante




> Op 15 apr. 2018, om 20:43 heeft Rainer <rads.bera_g...@t-online.de> het 
> volgende geschreven:
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