David Yang wrote:POLYPHONIE - Apoyando
Hi all, I have a question. What does this "1020" mean above the damping symbol? Thanks.
Marko Räsänen wrote:Hi David,
That's the left hand fingering for a trill (tr). For more information, see exercise 39 in D03 collection, D03 Classical guitar lesson 06, and an additional lesson about Ornaments in baroque music.
In this case, the lower note D is trilled. It starts with finger 1 fretting 2nd fret E on 4th string to be played at the same time with the upper D note. Then finger 2 is quickly pulled off to open string D, and then hammered on with finger 2 on 2nd fret E, and again pulled off to open string D which will be left ringing with the upper D for the remainder of the note duration.
You won't begin mordent and trill practice until lesson 6, but there is of course nothing to keep you from getting a head start.
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