In some of Bach's works, this ornament, which contains twelve 32nd notes, seems to start once the above three 16th note have stopped, basically playing them during the rest...
At least that's the way I am reading it, in theory.
However, when I hear it played by other people, it seems there's an overlap, which I am guessing is to avoid breaking the rhythm of the right hand.
Bit confused so here's my question:
Do I play the ornament with an overlap or do I play them during the rest as I read it which means playing them super fast?
Do not take notice of the described ornament in faded script, this is the one I am using for authenticity:
EDIT I am not looking for the scholars arguments about ornaments, I am looking for the pure theory here: as I read it, an ornament should be played during the rest of the triplet notes but most people seem to overlap.
Is it because there are too many notes in the ornament or because it's not physically possible or even sounds too fast?