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Sometimes you see the hands overlap like this in old keyboards music. In those cases it can be understood the music would have been played on an instrument with two manuals. Harpsichords and organs often have two manuals. In modern times people sometimes stack up two electronic keyboards. You could play overlapping hands that way too. I suspect this is ...


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You will play the G again in your RH as notated. In this instance, the pedal will sustain the LH G (see the pedal marks below the bass clef). Therefore, you’re good to lift your LH thumb from that G to allow the RH to play it. Note that it is not usually recommended to rely solely on the pedal to sustain notes. Normally, even if there is a pedal marking (...


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