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Scriabin Triplets -- disjoined
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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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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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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.
Let me add to this.
Scriabin Prelude Op. 11 No. 1 C major. What notes does the beat fall on? Is the first beat after that bar line after the first two notes? The second beat?

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Thanks. I kind of suspected. I'll repost this as you suggested.


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