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Scriabin Triplets -- disjoined #2523403
03/21/16 11:02 PM
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Can anyone explain where the beat falls on a 'disjointed' triplet -- a triplet where the bar line falls between the first and second note, e.g. Scriabin Sonata No. 1, 3rd mvt. Thank you.

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Re: Scriabin Triplets -- disjoined [Re: neusys] #2527490
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This would be a good question for Pianist Corner. Pretty strange seeing it here. Scriabin does this when he is going for a "barless" feeling. The beat is still there at the correct time, but it is not felt unless a melodic event occurs along that line.


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