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#521219 - 01/05/08 02:54 PM Question on sheet music
lraoux Offline
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http://img166.imageshack.us/my.php?image=60582850wg5.jpg

(from fantaisie impromptu op. 66 by chopin)

Do I play the circled C and F in the bass cleft as C# and F# (respectively) or D and E? thx in advance

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#521220 - 01/05/08 02:55 PM Re: Question on sheet music
lraoux Offline
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(sorry! I meant to say D and G)

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#521221 - 01/05/08 03:01 PM Re: Question on sheet music
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As it's written, C# and F# in the bass clef. Accidentals only apply to one octave, so you play the treble clef Fx as Fx, and you play the bass clef F# as F#.

(I know I sound like a broken record by now, but you don't play Fx as G. You play it as Fx. Otherwise it would be just as silly as playing F# as Gb, or B as Cb.... they're all different notes.)
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#521222 - 01/05/08 03:02 PM Re: Question on sheet music
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Well, technically speaking, that wouldn't be D and G, it would be Cx and Fx.

In either case, it's still played as C# and F#.
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#521223 - 01/05/08 03:03 PM Re: Question on sheet music
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1) C-double sharp in the right gand, C# in the left hand.

2) F-double sharp in the right hand, F# in the left hand.

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#521224 - 01/05/08 03:19 PM Re: Question on sheet music
lraoux Offline
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ok, thanks all !

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