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The Interpretation of Articulation: The Long and the Short of It

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Summer 2019: Questions and Answers
Schumann: A Little Piece, Op.68, No.5
 

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Andrew McMillan on Tuesday, 10 September 2019 06:19

Some great content here but advocating such low wrist positions, which research shows may lead to injury, I find very concerning.

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Some great content here but advocating such low wrist positions, which research shows may lead to injury, I find very concerning.
Larry Growney on Monday, 07 September 2020 23:22

Very, very good! And great as an hour of review on so many things that fade from my mind over time-- as (bad) habits settle in. I have to reexamine my approach-- my OWL-- I think I have adopted the habit of letting my hands do the "downs" and my thinking ahead mind do the "ups" so that my hands end up going from down to down-- well not quite. But this is very stimulating and generates all sorts of ideas! Yippy! :-) (The music examples are also very, very nice and interesting.)

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Very, very good! And great as an hour of review on so many things that fade from my mind over time-- as (bad) habits settle in. I have to reexamine my approach-- my OWL-- I think I have adopted the habit of letting my hands do the "downs" and my thinking ahead mind do the "ups" so that my hands end up going from down to down-- well not quite. But this is very stimulating and generates all sorts of ideas! Yippy! :-) (The music examples are also very, very nice and interesting.)

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