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Old December 18, 2012, 12:37 PM
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Estoy buscando una partitura para piano por Internet, pero no la encuentro en español, por lo que la busco en inglés. Para realizar la búsqueda he consultado el diccionario, que traduce la palabra "partitura" como "score", pero también he visto, mientras buscaba, "sheet music" o "piano notes". ¿Son todas ellas adecuadas?

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Old December 18, 2012, 12:49 PM
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Estoy buscando una partitura para piano por Internet, pero no la encuentro en español, por lo que la busco en inglés. Para realizar la búsqueda he consultado el diccionario, que traduce la palabra "partitura" como "score", pero también he visto, mientras buscaba, "sheet music" o "piano notes". ¿Son todas ellas adecuadas?

Thanks.
The score is the total music for any composed piece, which would be all instruments in a symphony orchestra. Sheet music can be for any one instrument or more, so a subset of a score, and if the instrument is a piano, that is also piano notes.

So if looking for a piano piece, any of those would do (though I prefer score because it sounds better)

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The score is the total music for any composed piece, which would be all instruments in a symphony orchestra. Sheet music can be for any one instrument or more, so a subset of a score, and if the instrument is a piano, that is also piano notes.

So if looking for a piano piece, any of those would do (though I prefer score because it sounds better)
The fact is that when I make a search using the word "score", I find a lot of entries using "sheet music", but a few with the word "score". I'm looking for a few songs.

By the way, is the word "Notation" the German word for "partitura".
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By the way, is the word "Notation" the German word for "partitura".
No, it's Partitur
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Old December 19, 2012, 12:17 PM
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Easier than in English. Thank you.
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