[Menvi-discuss] Primer of Braille Music

Dale Lieser dale.lieser at gmail.com
Sat Apr 14 08:49:21 EDT 2012


I have seen 64th notes, In the cadenza passage of Tchykovski's "Dance of the
Sugar Plum Fairy", from The Nutcracker. Also, J. S. Bach's Brandenburg
Concerto No. 5, the keyboard part has notes of very small values in its
cadenza.

 

 

 

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[mailto:menvi-discuss-bounces at menvi.org] On Behalf Of Debra Baxley
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According to the Primer of Braille Music by Edward W. Jenkins, a 128th note,
and a 256th note are mentioned, without examples.  Has anybody known of
these in Braille music?  He also mentions a 64th note.  

 

Debra

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