[First time using ABC notation and I'm working on a phone. Bear with me]
I recall from my private lesson days that when I see
X:1 %%score (RH) (LH) V:RH clef=treble V:LH clef=bass L:1/8 K:C [V:RH] c>G c>e g>e f>d | c8 | [V:LH] (3G,,c,,e,, (3G,,c,,e,, (3G,,c,,e,, (3G,,B,,d,, | C,,8 |
in a composition of Haydn, say, I should interpret the right hand part as
X:1 V:RH clef=treble L:1/8 K:C [V:RH] (3:2:2c2G (3:2:2c2e (3:2:2g2e (3:2:2f2d | c8 |
So my question is, which composers used the former shorthand? When did it go out of favor? Are there classical compositions in which the sixteenth note rhythm should be interpreted literally against a triplet accompaniment?