Tag Archives: accidentals

B(e) sharp – what would you play in Mozart’s piano variations K. 265?

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Tristan at Troldhaugen – interesting finds in Grieg’s “Lyric Pieces”

Among the most popular and successful of Edvard Grieg’s compositions … Continue reading

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Best until… How long does an accidental last?

Today’s musicians tend to react to the above question with … Continue reading

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A wrong ‘D’ goes out into the world – Rachmaninoff’s Prélude in c sharp minor under the magnifying glass

The last blog posting on 6 January has already let … Continue reading

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The crux of sharp or flat: Just enough cautionary accidentals? or are extras o.k., too?

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