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Misprint in Bochsa?

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    sherry-lenox
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    I know there are misprints but I’m not sure whether this one is or isn’t.

    In the Catherine Michel edition of the second book of 50 Progressive Lessons for the harp, #39 is identified as an Allegretto de Mozart.

    In the first statement of theme A, the fifth measure contains 4 quarter note C’s, the second 2 of which have an accidental sharp.

    In the second statement of theme A, a similar measure 4 measures from the end of the piece contains 4 C’s also, but no accidental. The harmonization is also slightly different from the first.

    Both sound right but I can’t remember what it’s supposed to be, and I’d like to know. I’d also like to know if it was originally a piano piece or something else.

    I think it may have been used in one of the levels of the Ottman theory books, but not sure.

    Thanks for the help!

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