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Chopin Noturne in Bbminor #2369852
01/05/15 03:41 PM
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Need help with the 11 against 6 parts in ms. 3 and 4. Someone advised (on here maybe?) splitting it into 3/2, 3/2, 5/2 this does help mentally, and sort of sounds ok on ms. 3, but the long run in ms. 4 becomes too regimented and very un-gliss like.

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Re: Chopin Noturne in Bbminor [Re: MrsCamels] #2369861
01/05/15 03:56 PM
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Don't try to play it splitting it mathematically. Try to have the first notes of each hand played together and the last note of the measure also to be played together. It eventually falls together nicely.

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