#1
Hey all. Below is an excerpt of a tango piece by Francisco Tarrega:



Notice the last bar of the excerpt; it has an accidental in the grace notes. Does the accidental apply only to the grace notes or does it carry over for the rest of the bar?

Thanks
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Your answer is just too confusing.


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Thanks man.


I agree. Which grace note, and how can I tell?
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#6
It applies ONLY to ONE note. Not the whole bar.


edit:

If I understand correctly, grace note means a note is very quickly played right before the "important note", and, if what I said it's true.

It would be quite... strange if you'd have to play some very quick note before EVERY note in the bar.
Last edited by Zeletros at Dec 27, 2011,
#7
No worries, I was playing off your joke.
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I can write a coherent tune ... But 3/4? I play rock, not polka.
#8
Quote by Zeletros
It applies ONLY to ONE note. Not the whole bar.


Got that the first time bro Thanks man

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No worries, I was playing off your joke.




I wasn't so sure. I though you may be.

well played