|Subject:||Re: Merging half-note chord into a quarter-note chord|
|Date:||Thu, 12 Apr 2018 05:30:47 -0700|
I don't think it's odd notation as the G and B flat would be held by the
fingers while the C and F are lost by the pedal change after the first
crotchet. The A is a quaver to get your hand out of the way of the right
But I'm not sure that this is what Chopin actually wrote. The 1st edition on
usimg/9/95/IMSLP85374- PMLP02344-Chopin_Op_28_ Breitkopf_6088_first.pdf
doesn't have the F in that stave (see screenshot below). This comment
doesn't help for the C of course. What edition are you using, Knute?
nabble.com/file/t4036/> Screenshot-2018-4-12_ IMSLP85374-PMLP02344-Chopin_ Op_28_Breitkopf_6088_first_ pdf.png
Andrew Bernard wrote
> Odd music. Looks like the pedal is held down, which means the crotchets
> going to sound as long as the minims, unless I am missing something. What
> is the work in question? Do you need to preserve this odd notation?
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