Hi all of you. I'm glad to write in this forum.
Months ago i dropped a message and i got an answer quite fast.
So i'm sure this time is gonna be the same...
Here i go:
I'm trying to learn Beethoven's Op 27 No. 2's 3rd movement
(The moonlight sonata presto agitato part). I have the music score, and the 20th measure (or what i call the first part after the "intro") clearly states four quartets for the left hand, in the patron G#, D#, B, D# (just so we are sure what part i am talking about). I have listened it so many times, and just a minutes ago i find that almost everybody plays this part with only two quartets (obviosly changing it's duration).
My first question is:
Do i have a bad ear (musically speaking) or they really changed it to play just 2 quartets? (I've tried youtubing but its hard to see their fingers, since no slowmo available)
My second question, wich depends on the answer from the first one, is:
My music score is wrong? or there's an easier version?
And last, but not least:
Could you tell me what to do? :p
Thanks in advance!!
(PS. Apologizes about ortography but english isn't my mother tongue)