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Jun
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comment What does an “L” shape mean beside a note in the lower staff?
No, the accepted answer is correct unless the notes were written by someone who likes to confuse people with nonstandard meanings of standard notation.
Jun
25
comment Rondo alla turca - bar 55
Is there anything about this in the commentaries in Henle?
Jun
20
comment Why are there twelve notes in an octave?
I don't see why the divisors are important here. Because for example the equal tempered tritone has a frequency ratio 2^(6/12) which is one of the worst approximations (compared to just intonation) in the scale whereas the perfect fourth (2^(5/12)) is one of the best (see the link in Matthew's answer). Another little comment: If one frequency is 200Hz and another is 600Hz then, assuming they're synchronized, they will be in the same phase 200 times every second, i.e. every 3rd cycle of the faster one.
Jun
15
answered Why is a particular measure of Rach Prelude in C# minor always played slowly?
Jun
14
comment Really confused about x's on a note?
Nonstandard markings are usually explained in a pre/postface (or footnotes). If you don't have those you probably have a copy so go find the original! ;)
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answered Is it a coincidence that “blue” notes are “chromatic”?
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answered Where do musicians draw their melodies from?
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comment Piano For a Tight Budget
Perhaps a stage piano?
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comment strange fingering in moonlight sonata
@terpsichore: That's very much up to debate, as is the tempo which here is a funny combination of adagio and alla breve.
May
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comment strange fingering in moonlight sonata
@ecline6: I still think that fingering is overly complicated but yeah, you can make it work that way.
May
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comment strange fingering in moonlight sonata
@Mark: heh, see my answer ;)
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