Matt wrote:


   how the arpeggios in the last strain - which I previously thought of as
   mere padding - can come alive if the initial note of four is held as
   long as possible without making the next three impossible - does this
   work for any NSP players here?

   The idea of delaying the off-beat notes in the arpeggios has two
   realisations on NSP - you can

   either play the initial note short, staccatissimo, with a gap before
   the remaining notes,

   or else play it as long as possible without of course slurring - more
   like on BP.

   As the strain's repeated, you can compare and contrast.


   John








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