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#344600 - 07/26/01 01:49 AM "Waldstein" Sonata
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I have a quick question. In the so called "Waldstein" Sonata by Beethoven, the third Movment, Rondo: Allegretto moderato, The base clef is written in the top bar and the treble clef on the bottom. So heres my question: Are you suppost to cross your arms to play it, or what do you do? Has anybody ever played this piece and can tell me because its really conffusing.
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#344601 - 07/26/01 09:08 AM Re: "Waldstein" Sonata
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Yes, you're supposed to cross your left hand over your right hand.
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#344602 - 07/26/01 02:15 PM Re: "Waldstein" Sonata
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Which number is the Waldstein?

[ July 26, 2001: Message edited by: jodi ]

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#344603 - 07/26/01 04:38 PM Re: "Waldstein" Sonata
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# 21, op. 53 in c major
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