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 Sonatine- jean cartan
Author: music_is_life 
Date:   2006-08-12 16:40

I have a question regarding jean cartan's "Sonatine".

on the first page of the first movement (pastorale) I noticed that in measure 4 the accidental system is a bit confusing. The very first run, for example, has a Ab and Bb marked and in the next octave has the A natural marked with a nat. sign. Does that indicate that throughout the rest of the runs the flat DOES NOT carry through the octave, or only where indicated with a nat. sign? The next time he puts in an accidental is the 3rd measure after [4], where the first run has the Ab and Bb marked, has nothing in the next octave marked, but the next run has the Ab and Bb marked in the higher octave.

does this mean that the flats DO NOT carry through the octave unless indicated by the accidentals, or that they do (unless he throws in a nat. sign)?

Sorry if this is a bit confusing but I just wasnt sure what the rule is for contemporary music...



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