chopin1.JPGi tried to do it but i don't know how to put the g in the f key
It can be done without faking it.
In my opinion that is another valid way to skin the cat.
Notation conventions have changed somewhat since then. There's no absolute, inflexible right and wrong for all time; but a modern composer would probably be unlikely to notate it the Chopin way.scorn wrote: ↑Fri Sep 04, 2020 5:42 amwell you're discussing about chopin which is one of the greatest composers of all times
i don't know if you are right , if you were , then the document shouldn't be in all the conservatories with the same notation
i believe that editors can't let that happen , a score which is wrong ,
i think there is something you are missing here , but i saw this prelude everywhere in every edition with the same notation
so i guess everything is right even if at first sight it seems not ..
Did you examine the Finale document I attached (= Chopin example.musx)?
Got it.Peter Thomsen wrote: ↑Fri Sep 04, 2020 5:13 amIt can be done without faking it.
See the attached Finale document.
The dotted 8th is a hidden tuplet:
1 Dotted Eighth in the space of 2 Eighths.