Correct - there are three voices.
Where is the math mistake here? It looks to me like there are 8 notes in measure 7 to be played serially "one-and-two-and-three-and-four-and" (with notes held for one or two full beats except for the last note). Is someone seeing this some other way?OldPotter wrote: ↑Fri May 12, 2017 8:18 amMy possibly incorrect take on this, is that bar 7 is meant to be played at the same rhythm as the other bars, but to let the notes sustain as crotchets (quarter notes). Apart from the last C, a quaver, (eighth note). Mathematically it doesn't add up, its not a copying mistake as its in other versions of this. I think its intended to make you think a bit????
Only that, if you look at it literally, it looks as if its intended to be played as crotchets. Its only when you play them as quavers and hold the note that it makes sense, as you say. I think that was what the OP was getting at. Perhaps it had not crossed the minds of those musically better educated, to look at it that way. Of the couple of hundred pieces that I have tried to learn, I can't recall seeing arpeggios written as crotchets. I am not known for having a good memory.Where is the math mistake here?
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