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 fall & sub-tone
Author: Douggie 
Date:   2018-08-29 11:57

A study I'm thinking of doing for an exam (James Rae, Hard Rock Blues, grade 6) ends as shown in the attached pic. My teacher reckons that at this level I should just ignore the "sub-tone" (but play as soft as I can) and do a quick run down the keys from the C to D# for the fall. However, I'm curious about firstly whether or not it is possible to do a gliss between these notes, and in fact is this what is understood by the term "fall"? If so, what would be the best way to attempt this? And secondly, what exactly does "sub-tone" mean in this context?

Post Edited (2018-08-29 12:08)

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