J. S. Bach for Electric Guitar by John Kiefer

By John Kiefer

Not like many Bach variants for guitar, those transcriptions are supposed to be played utilizing a choose. even supposing many of the items should be performed on a typical acoustic guitar, so much require an electrical guitar or a guitar with a cutaway. All items are within the unique keys and their levels may well require notes as excessive because the twenty-second agonize. Written in notation and tablature, those six items make nice sight studying workouts. the net audio obtain will turn out an asset in studying those usually not easy items.

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Breathe just enough to play a few notes. Big breaths are hard to control. Always give a tonguing on the first note. Once the fingers are placed logically, comfort and stability are the issue. A good stability with the fulcrums does not mean tightness. ” Breathing, of course, and yet it is the blowing that creates a sound. If you don’t know how to blow, your breathing will be just an organic act, a vital but musically void necessity. Still, it seems that most of us are worried more by the intake of air than with the management of its release.

In the above excerpt, this would mean that your breath would occupy the half-note rest ( ), and that you will blowing on the quarter-note rest ( ). Since the opening passage is short, you need not breathe very much. That way, your blowing on middle breath will be smoother and more reliable for the low D. Practice these stop-and-go attacks during the Scale Game. Blowing long phrases Example 4. Scale Game #28 and #30 In a nutshell: The key to good air management is knowing how not to blow. Support, of course, is the first thing that comes to mind, but it must be balanced by air economy, especially at the start of playing.

They are barely noticeable, and 911 need not be called. In a nutshell: Breathe to play as you breathe to speak. Good blowing leads to good breathing, but not always vice versa. Musical breathing is like punctuation. Breathe more often like a fish than like a whale. A middle breath is more manageable than a huge one. Balance your tone on either side of the breath, and keep a smooth musical line. Use small breaths (gasps) to enhance shaping. Please refer also to: Attacks Circular Blowing “Hhaah” Sound Language Middle Breath Scale Game Staccato Stress Synchronization  In the course of twenty-four hours in the life of a flutist, the break between low and medium ranges is breached hundreds of times.

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