Well the main evidence would be a lack of B harmonics set off by the 2nd string, plus the strength of the D harmonics from both 2nd and 4th string Ds.Briant wrote: ↑Tue May 30, 2017 12:37 pmAs an example take marlborough variations op 28 by Sor. This piece has the 6th string tuned to D.
When playing the introduction there is no note on the 6th string.
Will a trained ear detect whether the introduction is played with an open D or an open E even though it is not sounded?
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