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  Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String 1 year

Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String The string Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String The cellist can influence the overtone content, loudness and duration of string's vibration depending on where, how and with what it is plucked, struck and bowed. terminology and definitions general definiti

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23 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 19:03
Path: /Index/The string/Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String
/Index/The string/Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String

  where? 1 year

where? The String Where which side of the stopping finger? Calculating the pitch of the string plucked/struck/bowed between the stopping finger and bridge or behind the stopping finger The stopped string is usually plucked/struck/bowed between stopping finger and bridge. In some cases, the cellist p

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67 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 19:01
Path: /Index/The string/Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String/where?
/Index/The string/Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String/where?

  how? 1 year

how? The string How? how far, how hard, how fast? The further, harder and faster that a string is pluck/struck/bowed, the louder and more overtone-rich the sound. A sound is louder and overtone-richer if: A plectrum pulls the string hard and far A hammer hits the string fast and hard Bow speed and b

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74 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 18:44
Path: /Index/The string/Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String/how?
/Index/The string/Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String/how?

  with what? 1 year

with what? The string with what? a hard/soft/big/small plectrum/hammer or bow? A small and/or dense plectrum/hammer/bow produces a brighter sound with more overtones. Video 31 A string is plucked with the finger and then a credit card and struck with the wood of the bow and then a knife. Overtone-ri

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44 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 18:29
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/Index/The string/Plucking, Striking and Bowing the String/with what?

  the left hand 1 year

the left hand The string the left hand Left hand position The left hand controls not only pitch, but also timbre. A pitch played on the A string can be played higher up the fingerboard on the D string, and even higher on the G and C strings. Shorter, thicker strings (high positions on the G and C st

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42 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 18:23
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/Index/The string/the left hand

  String tension 1 year

String tension The string String tension pulling the string It is possible to increase string tension by pulling the string across the fingerboard with the stopping fingers. The pitch becomes slightly sharper and then falls to its normal pitch as the string is released. Wider pitch variations are po

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26 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 18:17
Path: /Index/The string/String tension
/Index/The string/String tension

  'slide' effects 1 year

'slide' effects The string 'Slide' effects A dense object is placed on the string before/after plucking/striking/bowing. The string on either side of the slide object vibrates. For very dense objects, long glissandi are possible. placing a slide object on the string during decay The guitarists slide

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17.2 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 18:06
Path: /Index/The string/'slide' effects
/Index/The string/'slide' effects

  bridge-tailpiece and in the peg box 1 year

bridge-tailpiece and in the peg box The string bridge-tailpiece and in the peg box The pitches of the strings between bridge and tailpiece vary from instrument to instrument. Their contact with the bridge means they are well amplified. Variations in pitch, dynamics and tone colour can, on an open st

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23 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 17:45
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/Index/The string/bridge-tailpiece and in the peg box

  Harmonics 1 year

Harmonics Harmonics BASIC INFORMATION Harmonics are produced when the plucked/struck/bowed string is touched at particular points with light finger pressure. The string vibrates on both sides of the touching finger. The pitches of the harmonics correspond to each partial of the open string; the firs

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79 K, 
Created: 
17-11-12, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 17:45
Path: /Index/The string/Harmonics
/Index/The string/Harmonics

  Further examples of Multiphonics 1 year

Further examples of Multiphonics Further examples of Multiphonics This section provides some video examples that demonstrate the scope/flexibility of multiphonics. These effects often have a noisy, distorted or inconsiste nt character and some are at the borders of reliable reproduction in a score.

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28 K, 
Created: 
19-04-14, 
Modified: 
16-11-16 16:53
Path: /Index/The string/Multiphonics and Other Multiple Sounds/Further examples of Multiphonics
/Index/The string/Multiphonics and Other Multiple Sounds/Further examples of Multiphonics