Complete Method for the Flute

Complete Method for the Flute

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...fingering of the shakes, I cannot too strongly recommend the pupil to practise' and rcpractise these exercises as often as pos.li)l0. Their pert'cct execution in the last tempo indicated (J:160), and a rigorous' observation of the time are the only means which lead to results so important as cqualily and irldcpondc/ace of the fingers. ' COMPOUND ABTICULATIGN. In 1.-ombining the articulation of the single tongue with the loure or soft staccato, we obtain compound (l7'/'III'?!/II/'lflll, thus called because it is compozuulcd of two syllables lu and du. ' Example: tudu. It serves for the following articulation: It is accornplished by pronouncing at upon the short note, and a'-u upon the long note, taking care to articulate this __l_a_s_t syllablle stronger than 1!! the louirepor sofl staccato crh'culal2'on. ' ' ' '---.....---' ' ' ' As is seen in the preceding examples: when the point of departure is a long note, this first long nah' is always articulated with the single tongue, and the syllable du ought only to be articulated _af2'er the' short. note. This will.be perfectly understood by practising this articulation in ternary rhythm. tmtutu tlulu tn ludufu tudu 2'," Ternary rhythm. _ _v-Q_ V _ ad N Some shakes have two different fingerings (see Table 0). When the signs 01 or C 2 are present underneath, they denote that the first or second fingerings must be taken, as circumstances necessitate. Chapter 17. The passing am. sum em wanna termination. 1.----The passing shake is a shake of only two, three, or fem' beats, beginning upon the principal note, and, as its title indicates it never has a termination. It is usually marked by the same sign as the...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236967127
  • 9781236967121