Originally Posted by Miles Coverdale
I don't know where they get the idea that the low B flat in Rachmaninov Vespers is the lowest note ever written. This piece has a low A.
There's also one in Kodaly's Psalmus Hungaricus.
a gentleman on Radio 4 demonstrated that the note Mr Mealor requires is achievable, albeit rather quietly
Originally Posted by Simon
Cat got your fingers, FHG?
No: been in hospital recently and the stitches are itching! (Hence my bitchy earlier comments, perhaps: talk about reaching a low note!)
I shall cross swords with you when I feel less like I might pull something unpleasant.
Originally Posted by ferneyhoughgeliebte
No: been in hospital recently and the stitches are itching!
Sorry to hear that. Hope all has gone well. Do take care and get well soon!
MANY Thanks. So far so good, but it's taking its time and I find it difficult being a patient patient.