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Re: Chords and slurs
David Raleigh Arnold
Re: Chords and slurs
Fri, 21 Jun 2002 06:54:15 +0000
On Fri, 21 Jun 2002 06:43:29 David Raleigh Arnold wrote:
> On Fri, 21 Jun 2002 10:29:21 Erik Sandberg wrote:
> > On Friday 21 June 2002 11.15, Han-Wen Nienhuys wrote:
> > > > Three layers could be necessary. You could easily have a grace
> > note
> > > > group with a "slur" indicating which note its time value was
> > > > inside an actual slur, inside a phrasing "slur". Grace notes
> > should
> > > > always have "slur" marks, even though they were considered
> > optional
> > > > in the last century. It is bad practice to omit them, and it
> > always
> > > > was, even when it was commonly done, which it is not anymore.
> > >
> > > Automatic slurring for grace notes; that sounds like a good idea,
> > > can't remember seeing them without slurs.
> > In that case, however, it would be possible to be able to turn off
> > automatic
> > grace note slurring: I am working with a lot of manuscripts where
> > there are
> > no slurred graces, and I would like to keep it that way in order to
> > best
> > preserve the original.
> > Erik
> That is necessary not only for that purpose, which I would never
> ever do myself, but because maybe 1% or less of the time the grace
> notes should be "slurred" from the previous note. The most
> common scenario was a turn or quasi turn written out between
> a dotted 8th, for example, and a 16th.
> Of course it is impossible to imagine a circumstance where a
> grace note is played staccato. Again, at least in the early
> 19th century there was no requirement either way for a slur
> with a grace note, because grace notes were always slurred.
> If the example probably from 1873 doesn't make it, I'll
> chop on it until you get something. I'm sure this is
> faithful to the 1826 publication.
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Re: Chords and slurs, Patrick Lamb, 2002/06/20
- Chords and slurs, Maurizio Tomasi, 2002/06/20
- Re: Chords and slurs, Rune Zedeler, 2002/06/20
- Re: Chords and slurs, Maurizio Tomasi, 2002/06/20
- Re: Chords and slurs, Han-Wen, 2002/06/20
- Re: Chords and slurs, David Raleigh Arnold, 2002/06/20
- Re: Chords and slurs, Han-Wen Nienhuys, 2002/06/21
- Re: Chords and slurs, Erik Sandberg, 2002/06/21
- Re: Chords and slurs, Rune Zedeler, 2002/06/21
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