Interpreting Articulation - one of the (many) languages of music

Interpreting Articulation - one of the (many) languages of music

    
Interpreting Articulation - one of the (many) languages of music    05:38 on Tuesday, October 24, 2017          

christielea
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Posted by christielea

Hi folks,

As you advance through learning to read music, you'll begin to notice some extra 'decorations' on your sheet music. Dots, straight lines, curved lines, foreign words, symbols....

What do they all mean?!

Articulation markings are just one of the ways composers can infuse musicality (style and mood) into their pieces. Check out my handy little reference table that will help you interpret their meaning and watch my quick video tutorial that will guide you through the essential articulation techniques EVERY flute player needs to know...

http://www.theflutecoach.com/articulation-in-music/





   




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