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Re: Merging half-note chord into a quarter-note chord

From: Knute Snortum
Subject: Re: Merging half-note chord into a quarter-note chord
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2018 05:30:47 -0700

I'm using CFEO (Chopin's First Editions Online)

This matches (nearly) my Schirmer's Edition.

Knute Snortum
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On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 5:02 AM, ptoye <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Andrew,

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
hand figurations.

But I'm not sure that this is what Chopin actually wrote. The 1st edition on
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?



Andrew Bernard wrote
> Odd music. Looks like the pedal is held down, which means the crotchets
> are
> 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?
> Andrew

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