Question about Hoover's Winter Spirits

Specifics of Performing Flute Repertoire, such as Articulation, Phrasing, Tone, Tempo, etc.

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asoalin
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Question about Hoover's Winter Spirits

Post by asoalin » Wed Apr 06, 2011 8:46 am

Can someone tell me what the slanted/horizontal line that goes through the 16th notes means? I read somewhere that if there were two lines going through the stem of the note it symbolizes double-tonguing and three lines symbolizes triple-tonguing...but what about only one line? I've listened to people playing the song, but I'm exactly sure what they're doing there.
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Re: Question about Hoover's Winter Spirits

Post by fluttiegurl » Wed Apr 06, 2011 7:23 pm

The section that you are referring to is to be double tongued.

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