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 Re: Dreydlekh/turns?
Author: Ralph Katz 
Date:   2003-07-15 20:09

The turns I described are better for held notes than for short ones.

The turns on Ms. Gingras' article are usually turned up but not down. The first E is usually played E-F-E very quickly, on the beat. Alternatively, play E-F very quickly, and swallow the F.

There are no formal rules for ornamentation, as such. You will hear dramatically different approaches from Naftule Brandwein and Dave Tarras, who lived during roughly the same time period. The same is true of contemporary players.

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