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Topic: CLARINET MUSIC SHEETS
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AuthorTopic:   CLARINET MUSIC SHEETS
Anonymous
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posted: 4/23/2006 at 7:29:19 PM ET
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ON A WIND INSTRUMENTS MUSIC SHEET A _____ SHOWS WHEN TO TONGUE?

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posted: 4/24/2006 at 10:19:54 AM ET
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That question is pretty hard to follow and could be interpreted in many different ways. If you can rewrite it in a better way so that we are more clear about what you are asking maybe we can help.

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posted: 4/27/2006 at 8:40:13 AM ET
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staccato or break from your slur that you had been recently using possibly. look at the music

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posted: 4/28/2006 at 9:16:57 PM ET
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You usually tounge on an accent too (that looks kinda like a > )

Oboes Rule! (but flute is ok too)

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posted: 5/20/2006 at 1:23:56 AM ET
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hi,
I am a clarinet player and to answer your questions, most woodwind music sheets have and icon on top of the desired notes to be toungued similar to a >. It is actually extended until the note you want it to end. Also when that sign makes longer it means that the sound, and strength of the emitted sound increments, or in a diferent case it lowers.


°°°°Clarinet | addict°°°°

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posted: 5/23/2006 at 3:55:13 PM ET
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You tongue all notes not notated with a slur marking. The 1st note of slur is tongued. The rest of the notes are not under the slur marking.

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