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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000303.txt from 2002/02

From: notestaff@-----.de (David Glenn)
Subj: Re: [kl] Mozart gracenotes
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 08:27:09 -0500

Tony Pay wrote:

> I said in a previous post that how you play the gracenote in the seventh
> bar of the slow movement of the Mozart clarinet concerto depends on how
> you play the previous two bars.
>
>
>

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> . There's also a more distant
> relationship with the appoggiatura in bar 2 that's worth thinking about.
>
> Apropos that appoggiatura (it is an appoggiatura, even though it's
> written as a straight quaver):
>

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>
> back to where we started, that may easily have an influence on how you
> play the next appoggiatura in bar 7.
>
>

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>
> Tony
> --
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Tony,

That would be one way to convince my people: playing the first note of the
second bar as a short grace note before the beat! (If I could stand to do it)
Thanks.

David

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