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2 Comments

  1. briseida
    December 13th, 2013 @ 3:22 pm

    The first example starts with a single note that isn´t written(it seems to me like G). The two last measures of the second example not correspond to the audio sound. The No.3, the same as the first example. The No.4, similar to first and third examples and also the last single note doesn´t sound. However is a beautiful arrangement.

  2. Stefan Höhn
    December 23rd, 2013 @ 4:19 am

    Example 2: measures 3 and 4 could be played as
    xx312x xxxx3x 320003 032010 (the last 2 chords being G and C)