|Author||Topic: Intermezzo A Major, Brahams|
|posted: 5/31/2007 at 5:13:23 PM ET|
Trying to play this piece and it is in 3 sharps (F,C,G). In one measure the F is natural, then in the next measure it has a hold-over then the next measure has a sharp beside it. And the very next measure the F (one octave higher) has a sharp sign. So, is the sharp to let you know that is isn't a natural anymore or do you play it as a double sharp, since the F is to be played as as sharp?
|posted: 5/31/2007 at 6:35:00 PM ET|
I would assume that it is a cautionary accidental. If they wanted you to play a double sharp then they would have notated it that way.
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