I've played this lovely little piece for many years, but have just had a look at the score again & had a serious water on the brain moment - in the last 3 bars there is a sharpened g, which is not "naturalised" in the score for the next notes, but which now sounds very strange if played as a # if it's held over (especially with the c,g,e chord) (I wish I had a music score programme!)
I have heard people play the g's as naturals after the first #, & my first teacher did not correct me when I did the same.
Obviously the last bar contains the chord of b,g natural, d.
I am confused as to why I didn't notice this little g# anomaly before. . . I'd really appreciate a definitive answer, please - it's such a basic requirement to carry on playing g# for the whole bar that I am quite taken aback at the way I & many others in recordings have ignored the rule
Hope I am making my query clear. . .