Conall, isn't that a tad squishy?
"Merely implied"?? Paraphrase?? certainly seems?? That's a pretty squishy statement. If this is a reference to me, please reread my posts.
The rest [in the lower voice] means that you should stop the previous note at the same time as you play the upper, quarter note.astro64 wrote: ↑Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:52 amLet me ask about playing the rests on the basses. What is the preference, dampen the bass note just before (or at the time) of playing the next treble note, or immediately after? The first gives more of a distinct, almost staccato, effect, the second a bit more legato but still the distinct dampening of the bass can be clearly heard.
Actually I think the only right way of playing this is on an electric with loads of wa-wa....