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 RE: accidentals on grace notes
Author: Daniel 
Date:   1999-09-06 22:20

The first etude from the Jean-Jean 25 has several instances where the grace notes carry through the measure. As well as some of the Rose 40 and 32 etudes. Some composers and publishers add aditional accidentals to major notes of the same name to clarify that they too are meant to be effected.

As to modern stuff where the accidental only applies to notes of the same pitch class: I can't think of any pieces off the top of my head. I believe it was mostly atonal works and very unusual experimental compositions. I'm not quite experienced in the contemporary works to really cite pieces. I mainly just remember looking at a piece or a couple of scores and asking someone who had plenty of experience as a conductor and that was the response i recieved. And at another time i was discussing contemporary works with a former teacher of mine and mentioned that idea and she confirmed it. <shrug>

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 accidentals on grace notes  new
Dick 1999-09-06 02:55 
 RE: accidentals on grace notes  new
William Fuller 1999-09-06 03:14 
 RE: accidentals on grace notes  new
Daniel 1999-09-06 06:32 
 RE: accidentals on grace notes  new
JEff 1999-09-06 13:24 
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William Fuller 1999-09-06 17:20 
 RE: accidentals on grace notes  new
Daniel 1999-09-06 22:20 
 RE: accidentals on grace notes  new
William Fuller 1999-09-07 01:53 
 Grace, Trill, and Turn Accidentals  new
paul 1999-09-07 16:22 
 RE: Grace, Trill, and Turn Accidentals  new
Jim Carabetta 1999-09-07 20:01 
 RE: Grace, Trill, and Turn Accidentals  new
paul 1999-09-07 21:09 
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Jim Carabetta 1999-09-08 13:45 
 RE: Grace, Trill, and Turn Accidentals  new
Al 1999-09-08 14:41 
 Accidentals on Mordents  new
paul 1999-09-09 13:58 
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