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Re: Traverso and the use of trill fingerings

Graham, Welcome to the group. Adding my voice to the others: The "trill fingerings" we have on the traverso tend to be very wide half steps, often nearly a
Fletcher James
Feb 8
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13494

Traverso/tril fingerings etc

G'day as we say in Australia Many thanks for your help /advices. Point taken. I should have said and didn't , maybe asked:- Do you use alternative
snollweed
Feb 6
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13493

Re: Traverso and the use of trill fingerings

I could not agree more.I have two traversos, and two entirely different fingering charts. I need to use the one that is in tune for each one, then go from
Dan Colburn
Feb 6
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13492

Traverso and the use of trill fingerings

Dear Grahm, I recommend against using alternate fingerings for convenience, especially when learning the baroque flute. Many fingerings take a bit of effort to
Michael Lynn
Feb 6
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13491

Traverso and the use of trill fingerings

Greetings. As I am about to receive my traverse I am looking into fingerings charts etc etc. I have a number so I have sufficient for now. As a tolerably
snollweed
Feb 6
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13490

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

yes I had thought of that too, but I think my brain might get even more confused! ... All of this keeps the 'little grey cells working' - n'est pas? graham
snollweed
Feb 5
#13490
 
13489

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

I read it as treble clef shifted by one line.
keithfre
Feb 5
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13488

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores [1 Attachment]

Hi Graham You quote page 34 of my Pdf, first system. The mistake is in the 1736 edition, of course a f sharp is needed, as in page 33 (5ème leçon 1709) or 35
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Feb 5
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13487

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

Bon Jour Phillipe Merci beacoup! I am sorry my French is not nearly sufficient to write to you 'en francais'. : ( Many thanks for access to your website and
snollweed
Feb 4
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13486

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

Thanks Tony. noted. graham
snollweed
Feb 4
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13485

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

Thanks keith - I already have quite a bit form imslp ... I can read it like bass clef but it me brain... graham
snollweed
Feb 4
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13484

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

Hi Graham Willy Muller - Suddeutscher Musikverlag - Heidelberg, 2 vols, is the one I have. I'm not an expert on the music but it seems a pretty good edition.
Tony Burt
Feb 4
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13483

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

They are available from IMSLP. Quite readable, though without realized figured bass. Daniel & Yukari Deitch Deitch's Woodwind Workshop (Tue.-Sat.) 2607
Daniel Deitch
Feb 4
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13482

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

French violin clef is really not that difficult, give it a try. It'll give you access to a whole host of facsimiles and music scanned from original prints.
keithfre
Feb 4
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13481

Re: Monteclair 6 concerts scores

Hi Graham Some of Monteclair concerts were edited in 1736 in second line G clef, but sometimes in a different key than the flute duets, because they were not
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Feb 4
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