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 Re: Krechts krisis
Author: Tom Puwalski 
Date:   2004-03-13 13:47

There is indeed a finger componant, it actually is a three note ornament. It encompasses a minor third, in about 90% of Tarras, Brandwien and Statman use. This is how it works: the goal note let's say it is a G, before you hit the G you play an F# than an A then the G. Now that is the note componants of it. It is played quickly, the A is sort of "swallowed"and you should really make it go to the G. Without being able to write out the music it is hard to describe but, if you think of the F3 and A as on the beat grace notes you'll get close, or in Jazz speak play it like Do-weet, Da. Hope that helps, and you can do the same on any note not just the G.

Tom Puwalski, author of "The Clarinetists Guide to Klezmer"

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