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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000849.txt from 2002/06

From: "Doug Sears" <dsears@-----.net>
Subj: [kl] double tonguing (was: finger dexterity)
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 20:54:15 -0400

<HatNYC62@-----.com> wrote:
> > double tonguing won't work above the 2nd register.
>
> I sincerely look forward to hearing someone do it. Especially if that
someone
> is using this remarkable achievement to make a musical statement.

In the article that Chastine pointed us to (see below), David Pino writes,
after advice about how to practice it, "Double tonguing has now been
accomplished over the entire range of the instrument, since it will be quite
easy now to extend it even beyond high G. You are now ready for the printed
page." I'm not very good at it myself, but my guess is that Pino's
on-the-reed double tonguing works better on high notes than the usual
"ta-ka-ta-ka" method does.

--Doug Sears

"Chastine Franklin" <alphalobo@-----.com> wrote:

> I had lots of trouble with tonguing also. Have you tried double tonguing?
> There's a couple of articles that discuss this subject in the archives and
> this one helped me out:
> http://www.woodwind.org/clarinet/Study/DoubleTonguing.html
> Good luck!

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