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In the volume itself, my only quibbles are the fact that a few typos crept in between the horn and trumpet versions, and no fingering chart is included; while designed as a supplement, it still makes sense to me to have one (the back cover is blank
The severity of the fingerings can be obtained by calculating the standard deviation [sigma] of the projected bubble areas inside ([DELTA][A.
The only fingerings are those of Chopin himself, with variants (as when he recommended different fingerings for different students) in italics.
To acquire true fluency of the- alternate fingering combinations available to players of the double horn, we need to know three things: all = F side fingerings all B[flat] side fingering, and the overtone series Most know the first two, but may not be well acquainted with the third.
Alas, my comparison of random passages of the New Complete Works with the facsimile Complete Works for editorial fidelity in the matter of fingerings has revealed problems.
I especially like the emphasis on the harmonic series and its obvious relationship to intonation and fingering choices--this is probably the greatest value of this book.
This is a worthy companion to French Horn Basics above, providing useful insights into specific playing issues with notated examples, including pitch orientation, breathing and blowing, fingerings and fingering patterns, dynamic contrasts, articulation variety, range expansion, transpositions, stopped and echo horn, and plenty of musical examples (folksongs or other famous melodies) for playing solo, or in duets and trios.
As a pianist and teacher who is often pressed for time, I appreciated the thoughtful fingerings provided by Andreas Groethuysen.
In his forward, Miles identifies six "key components" to consider while beginning to explore the low range, including thoughts on the embouchure, jaw, focus, fingerings, articulation, and dynamics.
I can see myself spending extra time writing in additional fingerings for many of the pieces.
Key signatures are friendly; melodic patterns either follow traditional scale fingerings or otherwise fit well under even small hands.
Have I written fingerings in the score for the more difficult spots?