Last edited by Tapiola; 05-04-11 at 17:02.
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to set the ball rolling then I shall be away for some time, I offer
The Scriabin showpiece was either the Etude in E minor or the Etude in D sharp minor.
I would go with the latter if I were you, Angle.
Upon reflection, there is an even closer relationship between the Scriabin prelude and DSCH's final SQ...
so is the word enharmonic?
Can you elaborate?
er, well that's the relationship between D sharp minor and E flat minor i.e. they look different on the page, but sound the same
but as far as your other pairs are concerned I don't know what keys they are in, I'm afraid
mercia got it, but to tidy up:
Great Gate of Kiev E flat major
Scriabin Etude D sharp minor
Ondine C sharp major
Chopin Raindrop D flat major
Mahler 10 F sharp minor
Schubert 3rd Impromptu G flat major
All correct ?
Over to Mercia now
no I think you should take it Angle, the details are all-important, besides which your questions are absolute crackers, mine are, well, whatever the opposite is
Originally Posted by Angle
and you've seen Hindemith trouserless which I think is probably a trump card
actually Angle, now I look at your tidy-up list, they don't look enharmonically connected
wouldn't it be F sharp minor and G flat minor?
and E flat major and D sharp major?