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Jun
20
comment How do I finger the interleaved 3rds in Goldberg 23?
Actually, I just checked on the Goldberg variations. There are no two pianos. There's just one clavichord, but the clavichord for the 23rd variation has two manuals (i.e. keyboards). Still, the particular passage ash is referring to should be doable on an ordinary piano.
Jun
20
comment How do I finger the interleaved 3rds in Goldberg 23?
@Jadarnel: but I only see the part for one of the pianos. So, I still don't see the problem. If he also wants to play what the other piano does, maybe he should put the score for the second piano too.
Jun
20
comment How do I finger the interleaved 3rds in Goldberg 23?
I don't see the problem? There's only one staff for one piano, so it should be playable.
Jun
15
answered What usally follows an Augmented major seventh chord
Jun
5
awarded  Altruist
Jun
2
comment Why do these progressions sound good?
Their instruments were tuned differently, which is why C-E-G sounded horrible whereas it doesn't in more modern tunings. It's not just psychology, there was also a physical reason.
Jun
2
answered What online resources should I use to learn harmony and musical analysis?
May
31
comment Appreciating the music of J. S. Bach
I find it much more mechanical on harpsichord to be frank. The piano allows for much more dynamics than a harpsichord can.
May
31
comment Playing the “fail” sound effect on a guitar?
I toyed a bit around and I find a descent in tritones to sound quite "fail". For instance <Eb A> <D Ab> <Db G>.
May
30
comment What's the difference between “modal music” and “tonal music”?
What substitutes for common-practice functional harmony in modal music? And how different are ancient modal music, church modal music and modern modal music from each other?
May
30
comment What online resources should I use to learn harmony and musical analysis?
Here's a related question. It seems IMSLP has many freely available treatises on harmony.
May
29
awarded  Investor
May
25
comment Appreciating the music of J. S. Bach
Why the downvote? I think this is an interesting question.
Apr
30
comment Where can I find one-handed piano pieces?
For instance.
Apr
30
comment Where can I find one-handed piano pieces?
Maybe you are not relaxed enough when you sit at the piano to play. Or you play for too long and strain yourself unconsciously. Anyway, add your level in the OP so that people have an idea as to what they can advise you. Also, try a search because I think someone had a similar question.
Apr
30
comment Where can I find one-handed piano pieces?
Really, you must have very poor technique if you had an injury while playing piano. Do you learn with a teacher or on your own? Concerning your request for left hand pieces, what's your level?
Apr
27
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Mar
24
comment What exactly does a 3 mean over a quarter note and an 8th note?
That's right. A way to train it is to subdivide the time in 6 parts. The triplet notes take 2 beats each, the ordinary eight notes take 3 each.
Mar
24
answered What exactly does a 3 mean over a quarter note and an 8th note?
Feb
24
comment Lead sheets / fake sheets without score
I'm sure lilypond could be tweaked sufficiently to get this kind of chord charts.