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Topic: Beethoven sonatina in no 5 in G major  (Read 982 times)

Offline janetanch

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Beethoven sonatina in no 5 in G major
on: June 10, 2020, 12:02:53 PM
May I ask if I could seek your help
with the analysis of

Beethoven sonatina in no 5 in G major

in mastering the piece

Thank you for your time. Have a pleasant day

Offline brogers70

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Re: Beethoven sonatina in no 5 in G major
Reply #1 on: June 11, 2020, 11:11:54 AM
I think you might get more responses if

1. You provided a link to the score and, more importantly,

2. You were a little more specific in your question. What sort of analysis you're talking about, what specific questions you have, what seems hard to understand, etc. As it is, someone could write a book chapter about that piece and still not be sure that it answered the question you had in mind.
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