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Old 07-05-2020, 09:32 AM   #11
David
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Default Re: An experiment in notation

Perhaps in the early instructional phase, some sheets illustrating the actual timing of gracing. But do we not have this in Jim McGillivray's RHYTHMICAL FINGERWORK?

Irregular general theory and practice of embellishments lessons, covering notational convention, versus musical expression, might be enough. I imagine many good teachers get this across. and many do not. So many subtle difference in timing with grace notes and embellishments!
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