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Kevin M.
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tenuto.jpgImage EnlargerHow would the first measure be played differently from the second measure?

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Taking an guess here: you play it slightly with more emphasis? Louder? I saw that in one of my lesson, I skipped it lol did not know what to do exactly.

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Fiddlerman
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June 14, 2012 - 10:25 pm
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You make a slight emphases on those two tenuto notes. Almost separate them in a way. Confusing huh?

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the Tenuto are the notes with the lines on the top...just a slight emphasis..but still the same beat?

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Fiddlerman
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Yes, the exact same beat.

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Thank you.. I saw this on some music today and I wondered.  Glad I am drinking pomegranate martini's and catching up on the news in Fiddlerman.com land.  🙂

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Thank you,

 

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Fiddlerman said
You make a slight emphases on those two tenuto notes. Almost separate them in a way. Confusing huh?

But they're slurred.  Is it like hooked bowing?

 

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Fiddlerman
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June 15, 2012 - 2:26 pm
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Slight emphases. More like two swells. Some people would actually stop the bow with this indication for a slight separation but I would not.

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