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31

How is an inverted trill different from a normal trill?

It starts on the upper neighbor instead of the principal & it is notated with a grace note above the principal along with the "tr" and/or wavy line.

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Which type of trill was most common in music prior to Beethoven (1770)?

Inverted Trill

33

The style & character of the music must be regarded as the essential determinant of what?

Performance

34

Symbols or interpretation markings should be regarded as simply what?

Reminders or suggestions for performance.

35

Name 7 common articulation markings.

Legato (Slurred)Tenuto (Non-legato or Leggiero)Portato (Mezzo Staccato)StaccatoStaccatissimoHorizontal AccentVertical Accent

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Maximum duration. To be performed without interruption between notes. Only first note is attacked.

Legato (Slurred)

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Held full value. To be performed with only a very slight break between notes to allow for the attack.

Tenuto (Non-legato or Leggiero)

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Duration slightly more than half. To be performed with a slight break between the notes.

Portato (Mezzo-Staccato)

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Duration about half. Performance varies from short to very short with the character and tempo of the music.

Staccato

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Usually performed as short as possible, with a slight emphasis.

Staccatissimo

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Attacked with force, usually followed by a slight decrescendo. Performed louder than surrounding dynamic level. Has no effect on duration.

Horizontal Accent

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Attacked with force, usually followed by a retention of dynamic level. Performed louder than surrounding dynamic level. Occasionally performed with a slight lessening of duration.

Vertical Accent

43

There are 15 Jazz Expressive Devices. What are they?

BendDrop or FallDoit, Doik, or DoinkFalse FingeringsFlip or TurnGlissandoMutingPlopRip or FlareScoopShakeSmearStraight EighthsSubtoneSwallowed Notes

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Of the 15 Jazz Expressive Devices, 6 are some type of glissando. What are they?

Doit, Doik, or DoinkDrop or FallPlopRegular GlissandoRip or FlareScoop

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A short glissando from below to a note of any value. It's time value is taken from the previous note or rest.

Scoop

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A glissando that usually starts a 4th or 5th below a note of any value. It's time value is taken from the previous note or rest.

Rip or Flare

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A glissando which usually starts a 4th or 5th above a note of any value. It's time value is taken from the previous note or rest.

Plop

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Sometimes this is required between 2 notes - with its time value taken from the first of the 2 connected notes.

Regular Glissando

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An ascending glissando that begins on the second half of a note of any value.

Doit, Doik, or Doink

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A descending glissando that begins on the second half of a note of any value.

Drop or Fall

51

Saxophones can use Chromatic or diatonic scales for which jazz expressive glissandos?

Regular GlissandoDrop or FallDoit, Doik, or Doink

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Trumpets can use "half valve or overtone series lip slurs" for which jazz expressive glissandos?

Rip or FlarePlopDrop or FallDoit, Doik, or Doink

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"Lip up or finger lower grace note" are instructions to who to play what?

Saxophones, Scoop

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Trombones can use "slide movement or overtone series lip slurs" for which jazz expressive glissandos?

PlopDrop or FallDoit, Doik, or Doink

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"Lip up, finger lower grace note or half valve" are instructions to who to play what?

Trumpets, Scoop

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"Lip or short slide movement" are instructions to who to play what?

Trombones, Scoop

57

"Lip up with chromatic or diatonic scale" are instructions to who to play what?

Saxophones, Rip or Flare

58

"Longer slide movement or overtone series lip slur" are instructions to who to play what?

Trombones, Rip or Flare

59

"Lip down with chromatic or diatonic scale" are instructions to who to play what?

Saxophones, Plop

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"Chromatic or diatonic scale, half valve and slide" are instructions for sax, trumpet & trombone for what common jazz device?

Regular Glissando