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pianolady wrote:
But - are there 3 alternatives? d flat (what Chris said), d natural (french edition), d sharp (german edition)? D flat sounds strange! :roll:

Rats.. did I say D flat ? I meant D natural of course. Sloppy......

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pianolady wrote:
Robert, I'm not sure I know how to suck out the sweets out of the high octave notes, but this makes me laugh. I'm guessing you mean for me to come down louder or longer or stronger or bigger etc...
It was meant to make you laugh and you got it quite right ;). Barenboim said that Cortot was looking for the opium in music and this is the opium in this nocturne.

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robert wrote:
Barenboim said that Cortot was looking for the opium in music and this is the opium in this nocturne.


Wow, I never heard it put like that, before.



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Rats.. did I say D flat ? I meant D natural of course. Sloppy......

Don't worry Olaf. I'm more confused than ever, anyway. :)

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MindenBlues wrote:
pianolady wrote:
But - are there 3 alternatives? d flat (what Chris said), d natural (french edition), d sharp (german edition)? D flat sounds strange! :roll:

Rats.. did I say D flat ? I meant D natural of course. Sloppy......


Something strange happened with my statement - I did not wrote this, instead something else. This sounds like a statement by Chris :roll:

What I wrote but was unfortunately deleted was: my Edition Peters score says d sharp, but the original french edition says d natural. Furthermore, that I am glad that you choosed the German alternative.
And I added what is above quoted as a statement by Monica. Strange....

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MindenBlues wrote:
Something strange happened with my statement - I did not wrote this, instead something else. This sounds like a statement by Chris :roll:

Yes it is. I guess I have clicked 'Edit' instead of 'Quote' again.... Would not be the first time :oops:
Sorry about that. Sure way to mess up a thread :roll:
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