Danse de la Chevre Honegger - help!!!!!!!!

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sarah_and_flute
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Post by sarah_and_flute » Wed Sep 22, 2004 11:47 am

Hello!

I can see you're from Poland - just to let you know, we don't use "ais" or "fis," so you might not have got any replies yet because we don't know what they mean! Sorry! :cry:

Does it mean "sharp" - this sign?

http://www.doubleclick.com.sg/town4kids ... rpsign.htm

Sorry about the kid's site - I did a search on google, and it was the first page it came up with!

Unfortunately, I haven't played this piece although I am planning on learning it soon. Hopefully someone who has the music will be able to answer your question!

Good luck :) And your English is good.

Sarah

FluterJenn
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Post by FluterJenn » Sun Sep 26, 2004 11:36 am

Hi. I'm just beginning to play that piece also.
The 10th note in the 6th measure is an A sharp. It's an A sharp because it is an accidental at the begining and carries throughout the entire measure.
The F in the 28th measure is a F sharp.

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Post by MonikaFL » Sun Sep 26, 2004 10:17 pm

FluterJenn is exactly right. A# in measure 6, and F# in measure 28.
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