The S thingy

The S thingy

    
The S thingy    16:12 on Monday, September 29, 2003          
(Laura)
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I`mn trying out for all county band and in my music, there`s this s flipped over on it`s side. What does it mean?


Re: The S thingy    16:30 on Monday, September 29, 2003          
(Amy)
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Does it have dots each side of it?


Re: The S thingy    00:26 on Wednesday, October 1, 2003          
(FluteMom)
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May be a "turn" or "inverted turn". Look at http://gc-music.com/Ornament.htm to see if that`s it, and how to play.


Re: The S thingy    21:51 on Wednesday, October 1, 2003          
(Platinum Flute 991)
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It`s called a D.S. Al Coda. The words direct you the symbol, which directs you to "To Coda", then that directs you to a seperated piece of staff with a thing that looks like crosshairs.


Re: The S thingy    20:51 on Thursday, October 2, 2003          
(Laura)
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Thanks for the site, but what does it mean? How do I play it..... ect.


Re: The S thingy    21:30 on Friday, October 3, 2003          
(picclojay)
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You mean the mordent? Well, you start on the note listed, go up one note, then return to it again. EX: you are given a C with a mordent followed by your other notes; you play CDC and then your other notes


Re: The S thingy    21:42 on Friday, October 3, 2003          
(picclojay)
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Oh yeah,if this is over a quarter note, these three notes will be played as: two 32 notes tied to a dotted eighth.
CDC--
1 e+a


Re: The S thingy    21:43 on Friday, October 3, 2003          
(picclojay)
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Oh yeah,if this is over a quarter note, these three notes will be played as: two 32 notes tied to a dotted eighth.
CDC--
1 e+a


Re: The S thingy    21:44 on Friday, October 3, 2003          
(picclojay)
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It`s not coming out clear when I post it, hopefully you see what I mean


   




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