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OK, first things first, those two ornaments, though similar, aren't exactly the same. The first one is only a single added note (E natural) while the second is two added notes (a new Bb plus a return to the original A). For a non-Baroque specialist, I think there are only five ornaments that one can assume a musician fluent in classical notation will easily ...


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How about using acciaccaturas? Sure, you won't get exactly the triplet rhythms, but if you want those exactly you wouldn't use ornaments. This is how it would look: You could use a pair of acciaccaturas each time with a single (quaver) beam, but the double beam seems more in keeping with the surrounding music to me, and suggests the rapidity with which ...


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Short answer is yes, but not in a simple, one step app. Getting a computer to translate played music into notation is extremely difficult, so there isn’t a lot of software that does it, and none is perfect. Also, it’s expensive, and not an app, so you need a computer. The hardest part of this is going to be to go from the fiddling to a format a computer ...



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