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Accidentals and ornaments

That ornament is a mordent not a trill, there exist an upper mordent and a lower mordent. A brief overview on it's execution can be summised by the following picture. Typically, unless otherwise ...
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Accidentals and ornaments

The general rule, given in Do accidentals earlier in the measure affect a trill?, is that preceding accidentals do affect the ornament. This case, however, is an exception. It would be very odd, ...
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What differs between the rondo and its Baroque counterpart, the ritornello?

There are clear differences between Rondo and Ritornello form: In a piece of music in rondo form, the main theme (A) keeps ‘coming round’, with contrasting sections of music called episodes heard in ...
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