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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000432.txt from 1995/03

From: Jonathan Cohler <cohler@-----.NET>
Subj: Re: Schalltrichter auf!
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 1995 10:26:38 -0500

Chris Vaughn wrote:

>For any of you out there who have player Mahler symphonies, what are some
>of the other phrases Mahler uses for "Schalltrichter auf"?

FYI, there was a discussion around this subject a short while back on the
list. The other expression that he commonly uses is:

Schalltrichter in die Hoehe (the oe stands for o with an umlaut)
mit aufgehob. Schalltrichter
aufg. Schalltrichter
aufgehob. Schalltrichter

You get the idea. "Aufgehob.," "Aufgeh.," and "Aufg." are all used to mean
"raised". Schalltrichter means "bell" (of a wind instrument). Hoehe means
"elevation".

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Jonathan Cohler
cohler@-----.net

   
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