Five-Finger Technique for the Right-Hand DVD/Right-Hand Studies for Five Fingers(右手五指应用技巧DVD/右手五指技巧研究/右手小指应用)，是Charles Postlewate经过多年悉心研究古典吉他右手演奏技巧中小指的运用出版的书籍及DVD影像资料。
（１）书籍资料：Right-Hand Studies for Five Fingers（使用小指的右手技巧学习／右手五指技巧学习）；五指的意思就是在古典吉他演奏中使用所有的5个手指，
（２）影像资料：Five-Finger Technique for the Right-Hand DVD，右手５指技巧，介绍古典吉他演奏中如何使用小指；该DVD主要内容为两部分，第一部分是一些古典吉他作品中运用小指技巧的示范；第二部分是（１）中书籍资料中的右手应用小指技巧的练习示范介绍；其中文字介绍使用英语和西班牙语，片长106分钟。
This two-hour DVD is a presentation of the 19-year project by Charles Postlewate on extending right hand technique for guitar to include the little finger. PART I presents this technique in actual repertoire, including standard guitar repertoire (by Barrios, Sor, Torroba and Villa-Lobos), new arrangements & transcriptions and original compositions. It features complete performances of twelve pieces recorded on Postlewate's Homage to Villa-Lobos CD (Prism 9904) and published by Mel Bay Publications in the book by the same name (MB98711). Each performance is introduced by Postlewate with explanations and demonstrations of how and where the little finger is used in the execution of scales, chords, arpeggios, tremolos and harmonics, with close-up shots of the right hand. PART II explains the training of the right hand in a five-finger technique, with demonstrations of the above techniques using sample studies from the different chapters of his book, Right-Hand Studies for Five Fingers (MB98710). As in PART I, close-up shots show the viewer precisely how to position the right hand and move the fingers for each study or set of studies. Each set of studies uses a special progression up and down the fingerboard and, like the book, this video demonstrates how to make chromatic variations of these progressions to increase the interest. At the end of PART II Postlewate demonstrates how the guitarist can develop similar studies to fit specific right-hand problems not covered in this book and video. The video ends with an ENCORE interview of five questions and answers with Charles Postlewate to give some background information on this historic project.