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 Brahms Hungarian Dance No 1
Author: the3n9 
Date:   2019-06-17 22:21

Hey everyone,
So I have the first part for the first Hungarian Dance and that staccato solo clarinet/piccolo line is really getting me. Is it even possible to tongue it all the way, or does it have to be faked? And (I'm sure there's an obvious answer) but will stop tonguing prevent me from being able to play it? Any fast-tonguing exercises you guys could recommend doing daily for me would be great too :)


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 Re: Brahms Hungarian Dance No 1
Author: Paul Aviles 
Date:   2019-06-17 22:33

Often you can get away with a "slur two, tongue two" solution for stuff like that. The music is one big flurry anyway. The the flow is more important than a few separated notes.

................Paul Aviles

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