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Mussorgsky, Shoshtakovic, etc Any particular keys or modes that certain music for the likes of Pictures at an exhibition has? Planning an A Level composition over summer and want to write something along the lines of 1900s Russian music Any tips let me know, thanks :) P.s. if you want to hear my second GCSE composition (un mixed version) to give feedback let me know because I might make changes to it
I know that there is a line that can be written, as the pedal line, but indicating it is the sostenuto pedal. But I have found other scores that seem to call -or could be played with- the sostenuto pedal, without writting the lines. And I was asking myself if that is allowed. Also, if it is allowed, what is the best way to write it. In example, I have these two scores, that have the notes as indicating different instructions for two instruments -as in violins pentagram in an orchestral score-. Mussorgsky, Bilder einer Ausstellung, Promenade: Bach, Praeludium I, BMV 846 A