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Hello, do you know how should I play this? (img is attached as link) It's a part of Bach pieces. Please help, thanks in advance!!!
[img]https://photos.app.goo.gl/qzvSGaLMQh7eXCV98[/img]

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Originally Posted by JoyceZ. Eliz.
Hello, do you know how should I play this? (img is attached as link) It's a part of Bach pieces. Please help, thanks in advance!!!
[img]https://photos.app.goo.gl/qzvSGaLMQh7eXCV98[/img]


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You should post this either in the Adult Beginners' Forum or in the Pianist Corner. This forum is primarily for the discussion of manufacture, marketing and maintenance of pianos. See the "Hop To" menu below.

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It's an invention? I would try fgfgfg... with a little rest at the end of the first bar

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Oh, I see, thanks BruceD

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Originally Posted by JoyceZ. Eliz.
Hello, do you know how should I play this? (img is attached as link) It's a part of Bach pieces. Please help, thanks in advance!!!
[img]https://photos.app.goo.gl/qzvSGaLMQh7eXCV98[/img]


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You should post this either in the Adult Beginners' Forum or in the Pianist Corner. This forum is primarily for the discussion of manufacture, marketing and maintenance of pianos. See the "Hop To" menu below.

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By the way, how can I delete this thread?

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Originally Posted by JoyceZ. Eliz.
By the way, how can I delete this thread?

Don't worry about it! Welcome to Piano World. I hope you get some useful replies.

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The triplet seems to be before the beat, so you'll play E F G F G F G F ......... G F. The triplet should be a bit more pronounced than the trill. Try not to make the trill sound very heavy. If the trill sounds to heavy keep in mind that this music was meant for harpsichords and similar instruments so a trill on a piano must be very played very soft, it surely shouldn't overpower the melody. If it does not work out just play the triplet and repeat the beginning note at the beginning of each bar (syncopated) instead of playing the trill. A very soft trill, especially in the left hand is not easy to do on a piano. A very loud trill is definitely not good.

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