“Andante” (Fernando Sor)
A. At this point, the piece actually goes into three parts, because the composer
wants you to hold the D and the B for three full counts. In the following measure
we are down to one voice. Sometimes this is written with rests above and below to
indicate that the other parts are now silent; however, this is not necessary.
B. Here we are back in three voices again. The rest sign between the F and D
at the beginning of the measure warns you that another voice is coming in the middle.
The same pattern exists for the next six measures.
C. Remember to hold the high C until all the lower notes have been played.