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Re: small print

From: Maurizio Tomasi
Subject: Re: small print
Date: Fri, 5 Jul 2002 13:28:05 +0200 (MET DST)

> > After taking a look at the image Simon put on the web, I am not sure
> > these are real "cue" notes. Their purpose should be to give the
> > player an hint about what the other instruments are playing at the
> > moment, while a real "cue note" is something the player him/herself
> > has to play.
> No, ``cue'' means someone else is playing it.  Small staves are
> sometimes used for one staff in a duet score where a part is provided,
> and for ossias.

Yes, you are absolutely right. My misunderstanding comes from the fact
that english is not my native language: I thought that a "cue note" was
the english word for "appoggiatura". I do not know if there exists some
italian word that translates "cue note".


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