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  b. 140

No c1 in GC & FE (→EE1)

c1 in GE & EE2

The absence of the c1 note is most probably a result of the unclear notation of [A]. It is indicated by the comparison with analogous bars 138, 178 and 180. The note was added – most probably on the basis of such a comparison – in GE, which was then repeated in EE2

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category imprint: Interpretations within context; Differences between sources

issues: EE revisions, Errors in FE, GE revisions, Uncertain notes on ledger lines, Errors of GC

notation: Pitch

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