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    Christina Robertson
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    This is for analysis, with the right hand intervals reading upward.  Somehow, the use of the accumulating arpeggio looks messy; should they all perhaps be single ties?  What might be the most clean way to present this?  Thanks a million!  Christina

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    #34923
    Christina Robertson
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    Kathleen,

    Please use this attached measure 16 as the measure in question.  I could more appropriately use a full measure in-accord for the previous measure 18.  Thanks again!

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    #34930
    Kathleen
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    Hi Christina!

    Thanks for the great question. I think what you have shown in measure 16 is good. A couple of things to adjust – when transcribing the right hand to have intervals read upwards, you must use the “special right hand sign” (dots 46, 345, 345).

    The tie after the F4 8<sup>th</sup> note should be a chord tie, as the end of the accumulating arpeggio.

    Everything else looks as clear as can be!

    (Measure 18 needs a little adjustment – the G4 8<sup>th</sup> note should be followed by a chord tie, while the E5 dotted half should be followed by a single tie.)

     

    #34931
    Christina Robertson
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    Thank you SO MUCH!

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