I was looking at 2 different versions I have of the Bach prelude from the well-tempered clavier. First, I noticed the one arranged by Yolanda Kondonassis uses more of the enharmonic flats, rather than sharps (for example, measures 12, 22, and 28). (I don’t know where the other version I have came from, so I don’t have a good way to reference that, unfortunately.) Do you have a preference, when there is the option, of using flats or sharps (in this particular piece, or in all harp music in general), and why? I understand that the context is going to mainly be the deciding factor, but in this piece, it seems either one works. I’m wondering what the thought process is behind choosing how to play it.
Also, does the Kondonassis version seem to be missing a measure? I double checked it against the other harp, and a piano book I have, and I think it’s missing one measure. Have you noticed that? I can’t imagine it was done on purpose, but ??? I’m not imagining things am I?