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PostPosted: Fri Jan 05, 2007 4:39 pm 
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I'm polishing up a sonatina and wonder about how to set up the files.
There are three movements and the 2nd one is very short, only three lines, and lasts about 50 seconds. Should I keep this as a separate file and submit 3 files (like I did before) or should I include it with the third movement so there would be only 2 files?

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Unless the movements are really connected (with an attacca or otherwise), keep them separate tracks. It is not unusual to have tracks of 50 seconds or less. Good for your statistics :lol:

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50 seconds!? Look at my submission of Liszt's waltz in a major...only 59 seconds. And there is a piece by Beethoven on the site's database which is only 11 seconds long.


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juufa72 wrote:
50 seconds!? Look at my submission of Liszt's waltz in a major...only 59 seconds. And there is a piece by Beethoven on the site's database which is only 11 seconds long.

Yes that one holds the record so far. Our eyes are on you to beat that !
Perhaps Mozart's KV2 Minuet can be done in 10 seconds or less if you omit the repeat :lol:

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techneut wrote:
juufa72 wrote:
50 seconds!? Look at my submission of Liszt's waltz in a major...only 59 seconds. And there is a piece by Beethoven on the site's database which is only 11 seconds long.

Yes that one holds the record so far. Our eyes are on you to beat that !
Perhaps Mozart's KV2 Minuet can be done in 10 seconds or less if you omit the repeat :lol:


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