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Handsynchronisation/TimingAnomoly revisited

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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


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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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