well here is "my way", not the only possible, naturally. ;-
on the first line in the second bar - are the figures over the second
Yes. And I'd play 5-b6. (and also the last chord if 1st bar G-minor.
on the first line in the third bar the second 7-6 - should the 6 be
sharp - it could be but I think it sounds better natural.
I'd play 7-#6. And the bass here is b natural, not flat as in the 1st
bar. And the first 7-6 I'd play b7-6.
On the next line at the cadence in the third bar there is no
indication the leading note
should be sharpened. I suppose it doesn't have to be...
My strong opinion is that in cadences 4-3 the 3 always is #3 in this
period. So I think it has to be sharpened.
How reliable is the figuring in these sources (when they put it in at
I think one problem is that they sometimes did not write the figures
that "everybody knows".
Perhaps this was interesting? And this certainly is not the "only truth"!
PS I did not check the alfabeto chords. Sometimes they contradict the
continuo line markings ...
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