davidh Posted December 25, 2009 Share Posted December 25, 2009 There are two points in Cabezon's "Diferencias sobre la Gallarda Milanesa" where I would welcome advice. See http://www.hitchin.plus.com/Cabezon/ In the first case there is D held for a semibreve, while a scale from B flat to A in semiquavers passes through it. There would be no problem if the top notes were played on one manual, and the lower notes on another (if one could stretch enough, the aid of the pedals probably being inappropriate). I suspect that this was intended to be playable on a single-manual organ, so how would it be done? In the second extract there is a similar problem, apparently requiring a large stretch. Any suggestions, please? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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