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#441305 - 06/28/01 01:26 AM Question about a Liszt piece
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In Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody #12, there is a tremolo part in the beginning right in measure 2. In the tremolo, there are 6 notes (32nd notes), and after that, there is a dotted white 32nd note, (which means to repeat the previous tremolo) since it is dotted, do I just repeat the 6 notes again, or is it more this time? (If this helps, the song is in 4/4 time, and in that measure there is an eight note, followed by 6 32nd notes, and the dotted-white 32nd note)

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#441306 - 06/28/01 06:05 AM Re: Question about a Liszt piece
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Crash Test:
The tremolo begins, as you say, with a ***tuplet grouping, making up the second half of the first beat. The tremolo continues for the length of a dotted half note (what you called a "dotted white note"; that is to say, for three more full beats, right to the grace note that immediately precedes the staccato note of the first beat of the next bar. In essence what you have, then, in "common" or 4/4 time, is three and one-half beats of tremolo.
If you strictly observe the tremolo as written, you will end up with a total of 42 notes (a ***tuplet for every half beat, a total of 3-1/2 beats. Is my math correct? I think so.

P.S. The control on this forum won't let me write the word for a group of six notes a s-e-x-tuplet.

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#441307 - 06/28/01 09:12 AM Re: Question about a Liszt piece
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I never new there was content control. Let me do a little experimenting....

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