Okay, can someone tell what the third (red circled) note is please? 
 - If it’s an E, then all that’s needed is the natural sign - If it’s an F, then all that’s needed is the E and the sharp sign, or just write an F (with a natural if you’re extra)  - If it’s an Eb then just leave it as an E since there are two flats in the signature
I’d say it’s an F… But I dunno. Actually I’d say E# due to enharmonics. Also the reason why there’s a D# instead of an Eb is cos he’s modulating to two sharps in the next bar so I dunno, maybe he wants his players to get ready to think sharps. Whatever :P
This is a random piece by Henri Busser for Oboe

Okay, can someone tell what the third (red circled) note is please? 

 - If it’s an E, then all that’s needed is the natural sign
 - If it’s an F, then all that’s needed is the E and the sharp sign, or just write an F (with a natural if you’re extra) 
 - If it’s an Eb then just leave it as an E since there are two flats in the signature

I’d say it’s an F… But I dunno. Actually I’d say E# due to enharmonics. Also the reason why there’s a D# instead of an Eb is cos he’s modulating to two sharps in the next bar so I dunno, maybe he wants his players to get ready to think sharps. Whatever :P

This is a random piece by Henri Busser for Oboe

9 June 2011 ·

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  1. teddiepoe reblogged this from beccad3e
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  4. sinfonian reblogged this from amusiclibrary and added:
    Its definitely an E#. It probably makes sense harmonically with the analysis.
  5. beccad3e reblogged this from ivegotthetriforce
  6. thaiguy20fromla reblogged this from amusiclibrary and added:
    It’s an E#. The natural cancels the flat in the key signature and the sharp sharpens it… Extremely convoluted and...
  7. fluteforchrist reblogged this from amusiclibrary and added:
    Composers confuse me..
  8. seebeyondharmony reblogged this from amusiclibrary and added:
    This is taken out of context. This is a courtesy natural, which means that there was an Eb in one of the previous...
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  11. halfcadence reblogged this from amusiclibrary and added:
    It’s an E#. The natural is to cancel the flat, the sharp to sharp it. It’s so you don’t get confused and sharp an Eb so...
  12. danthenachoman reblogged this from amusiclibrary and added:
    it’s an E sharp lol. it’s a long way around of doing it basically. it’s saying NATURALISE THE NOTE THEN SHARPEN IT.
  13. messiaen-around reblogged this from amusiclibrary and added:
    Saw this in my baermann book once… it was an E double sharp somewhere else in the piece (which wouldn’t make sense if it...

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