Left hand notes to this piece?

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Left hand notes to this piece?

Post by amads01 » 12 Mar 2013, 21:01

Hi,

Can anyone help me to add left-hand-notes to this little piece?
Also: Could it be lowered 1-2 tones at the same time?

I will be extremely thankfull if someone can help me with this! :D
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Re: Left hand notes to this piece?

Post by Colin Nicholson » 16 Mar 2013, 02:40

I can add a left hand "continuo" part for you if you wish, however there would be a small charge for my time. The music looks quite old, so I may suggest a single-note bass line? However, if you prefer chords, no problem. Note however that at some of the cadence points, there are options for these. Also, the tailed quavers & semiquavers would normally be beamed in today's grouping of notes.

The music is currently in A flat major.... and transposing it to another key is also no problem. If you want it in an easier key, I would suggest dropping it down a semitone to G major.

If you just log onto my pianotime website - go to my contact details, and send me a message with your name & email address. I can give you more details.

Using conventional harmony, here is an example of bars 1-4 below.
The music may be shown like your version (tailed quavers as a vocal part).... or in stave 2, if instrumental, notes can be beamed. The music can also be changed into any key of your choice....
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Extract A flat major
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