goldnspots wrote:How do you play the trill on the open E at the end of line 1?
I was wondering exactly the same thing. Anybody?
I think that is actually an inverted mordent in measure 4; if so, it is an E, Fnat, E.
There's a mordent in measure 9; that's a C,Bnat, C.
There's a trill in measure 36; that's a B,C,B,C,B,C.
Again, I think this is what is intended by the notations. -- Ed
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