berceuse cancion de cuna Brouwer

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berceuse cancion de cuna Brouwer

Post by emeraldvalley » Fri Sep 30, 2016 9:15 pm

Are the markings with the circle above certain notes, e.g. 2nd measure indicate harmonics? the 2nd measure first two notes show 6 and 5 strings
position with the circle above it, which makes me think 12 position natural harmonic if this is correct, measure 17 is problematic the 4th beat
two eighth notes are c# then d (3th space on clef for c#) I cant figure out how to play this note as a harmonic, then going to the half tone above d as a harmonic?


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Re: berceuse cancion de cuna Brouwer

Post by stevel » Fri Sep 30, 2016 9:35 pm

More of a technique question than an "analysis" (which I take to me more of a theoretical analysis) question but I just googled it and see a number of videos. I'd watch the videos and see how they play it and it may answer your question as to the correct interpretation of the harmonics.

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Re: berceuse cancion de cuna Brouwer

Post by Alan Green » Fri Sep 30, 2016 10:20 pm

Most recordings I've heard seem to play it pizzicato in root positon. My score is marked "pizzicato" there and that's how I play it live.

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