#1
Well, I'm learning Asturias by Albeniz, and there's one problem I've been having, in the notes, at the third section (where it goes low mi- high mi, low si, high si) in some of the sheet music I've read the notes are triplets, and in others they're marked differently (can't remember and too lazy to check).
Which of them are true?
#6
Quote by AF.Mice Elf.ro
Are you refering to note names using fixed do???

What? C=Do.
#8
Quote by jimmyled
Well, I'm learning Asturias by Albeniz, and there's one problem I've been having, in the notes, at the third section (where it goes low mi- high mi, low si, high si) in some of the sheet music I've read the notes are triplets, and in others they're marked differently (can't remember and too lazy to check).
Which of them are true?

The bold part part confused me. But you are asking if the notes are triplets in other sheet music too, so I did some searching for you and could ony find about one link... So there you go.
#11
Quote by Aurex
its triplets

Thanks! Finally! I'm sorry, I should have said OPEN Si.