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This is doing my brain in big time.
The piece of music I'm looking at has two notes to be played at the same time. Problem is they are both on the same string. On the E string, it has it as B and G notes together. Is this a case of playing one of those notes high on the A string and the other on the E string? If that's the case, no thank you! My fingers just aren't there yet. In this scenerio, what would you do? Do you stay on one string but just pick one of the notes to play or... ?
The song is My Immortal ~ Evanescence... the easy version, lol. In all honesty, other than the double stops it has, its super simple!
I think ya'll are right about two diff strings, but I was sure hoping not. Yesterday, I decided to go with just one of the notes, instead of both (cause my fingers aren't ready yet) and it didn't sound awful. It was missing something, though. Guess its time to work on those.
I am curious, would like FM imput on this. Sometimes there are so many post that they get lost before they run there course. Several times I have had to revitalize a post to insure it gets the attention it deserves. And I dont just mean Mine.
Wonder if there is a way to increase the list of recently posted post?
or maybe a way to back page post.
No matter where you go, there you are!
Well Spork that is a song written with the piano.
On a string instrument what you do is quickly play 2 notes in the same beat. Bounce your fingers back and forth... Think Eddie Van Halen...
Hello. I was wondering the same thing... how can someone play 2 notes on the same string at the same time with the following examples: Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dance 1, 5, Violin Concerto in D major Op.77 3rd mvt.). In everyone of those pieces you can find this issue here and there. So the only way to do things is by changing possitions? I''m asking this again because there are several different answers in this topic. Thank you! Oh, and, sorry to butt in like this, I'm new around here.
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