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The key to this section is the term "Senza tempo", which means "not in tempo", or in other words that this is completely free decoration. The rising arpeggio in the left hand can be taken leisurely, and the small notes can start when you feel like, and at the speed you feel like (usually pretty fast though). Really they are a variant form of trill, which ...


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This is called a turn. The 'basic' version would be written without the accidentals, and the player would play the first note, then quickly play one tone (note) above, the main note again, a tone below, the main note, and the resolve one the final note. The accidentals clarify exactly which notes to "twiddle" to. The turn can be either directly over a ...


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It's a turn where the note above is flat and the note below is natural. It's a trill (though it is technically two trill marks) It's a grace note. It's most likely either optional notes or notes that belong to another part. Either way with the pedal marks above them they are probably extra ornamentation after playing the dotted whole note pattern with the ...



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