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 RE: Anchor Tonguing
Author: Gary Van Cott 
Date:   1999-08-24 20:42

My teacher taught anchor tonguing too. That was a long time ago. It isn't at all popular today and I have heard some people say that you can't tongue really fast that way.

The so-called "tip to tip" method is the most popular.

I wouldn't think that anchor tonguing would work at all on the oboe. What do you do on it?

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Linzi 1999-08-24 20:22 
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Gary Van Cott 1999-08-24 20:42 
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STuart 1999-08-24 21:00 
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William Fuller 1999-08-25 02:19 
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angella 1999-08-25 03:31 
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Daniel 1999-08-25 23:59 
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Daniel 1999-08-26 00:04 
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Linzi 1999-08-26 03:21 
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Linzi 1999-08-26 03:26 
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arh 1999-08-27 04:29 
 RE: Anchor Tonguing - and to Mike Norsworthy  new
Mark Charette 1999-08-27 14:05 
 RE: Anchor Tounging  new
Merry 1999-08-30 00:47 


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