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Note below the visible octave?

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Post by snowman Tue Jan 13, 2009 7:57 pm

Hey!

I am learning a easy version of Moonlight Sonata and have got to a place where the pice want me to play first a C and then a B sharp, is this not the same note? Why not state to play C again instead of B sharp?

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Post by Pianokid220 Tue Jan 13, 2009 10:00 pm

Probly becuse the kew singture is c # minor
so the c is #
so they would not put a flat sign on the c becuse it is C #
so they have to go a semi tone lower
and then make that sharp
sorry if that doesn't make sense
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Post by Admin Andrew Wed Jan 14, 2009 7:43 am

thanks Austin, you're right. They put a B# so that they can hit the C without having to tangle with C naturals and C sharps at the same time. It's purely technical, I wouldn't worry about it to much ^_^

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