I'm practicing the hardest thing I have ever practiced and I'm now little confused how to play specific two bars (in the video they begin roughly at 12:35)
This is the first bar - it's in D major in 4/4. The problematic beat is in the red border, the same formation is repeated in the next bar.
- RH plays a triplet, so each beat is split into three tones.
- LH, I think, plays it like the beat is split into four tones and the first and the last is played.
Should this mean that the last chord of the triplet is played a little bit earlier than the last note of the left hand in one beat?
Or did I miscalculate and they play together?
If they do not play together, what is the rhytm of RH+LH playing together and how can I learn correctly the distance between the last note of RH and last note of LH in one beat?
Also, does such formation of two notes in LH have a name in English? I remember it had a name in (my native) Czech because it's a very common formation (though I forgot that too).