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Handsynchronisation/TimingAnomoly revisited

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Handsynchronisation/TimingAnomoly revisited

Post by mistral300 on Fri Oct 31, 2008 2:55 pm

Because I was not entirely satisfied with the answers I received to my earlier postings under HandSynchronisation and TimingAnomoly, I am posing the same question again but this time with a more detailed presentation and a pdf file download referring to the score bars in question of Chopin's Op28 No.24.

Please go to the following website and then to Frederic Chopin and then Prelude Op28 No.24


http://www.chopinmusic.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=1

Thankyou

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Re: Handsynchronisation/TimingAnomoly revisited

Post by Matthieu Stepec on Sun Nov 01, 2009 1:17 am

One year after posting, you finally get an answer... Most people here couldn't play this piece.

Chopin's music has a lot of such lines; here it's nothing about counting, it's all about fluidity: the final notes have to come together, the rest is rather free. Nobody would count at this place...
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