In the 2nd symphony, 1st movement, about 2 minutes into it there is a descending arpeggio played in unison in D minor.
In the 9th symphony, 1st movement, about 35 seconds into it there is a descending arpeggio played in unison in D minor.
coincidence? i think not.
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- Sat Jun 30, 2007 2:30 am
- Forum: Music Related
- Topic: Similiarity between Beethoven's 2nd and 9th Symphony
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- Wed Jun 27, 2007 3:11 am
- Forum: Scanning and PDF Creation
- Topic: size of scores
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Now, I'm sure people have brought this issue up in the past, but is there a reason why many of the scores are extremely large (when it comes to the actual notes), as if the score is being looked at through a magnifying glass. Is there any way to see these scores in a normal size?