After taking a week off from Kopprasch, I’m back at it again with No. 24. This etude is full of Baroque style figuration, with lots of leaping around over a wide range. Although it’s marked “Allegro risoluto,” I ended up with a fairly conservative tempo, around quarter note=72. Use No. 24 as an opportunity to explore some alternate fingerings, particularly for the often nebulous register just below the bottom of the treble-clef staff. If you’ve already mastered this one and want an extra challenge, try everything on the F side – I have practiced Kopprasch this way before, but am not quite brave enough to record everything on the F side.