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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.65 L. Mozart, Versuch, chap.8, i, 17

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.66 J.-M. Leclair l’aîné, Troisième livre de sonates (1734), Sonata VI, Grave

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.67 J.-B. Cupis, 6 sonates, op.1 (1738), Sonata II, Vivace

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.69 L. Mozart, Versuch, chap. 8, iii, 10

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.70 F. Geminiani, Le prime sonate (a) Sonata II, Allegro; (b) Sonata V, Allegro

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.71 L. Francoeur, Premier livre de sonates (1715), Sonata VIII, Allegro

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.72 J.-M. Leclair l’aîné, Premier livre de sonates (1723), Sonata XII, Allegro non troppo

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.73 L. Mozart, Versuch, chap. 8, ii, 10

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.74 J.-M. Leclair Le cadet, Premier livre de sonates, Sonata VII, Aria: andante

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (i) To 1800.: Ex.75 G. Kennis, 6 Sonates, op. 1 (c1740), Sonata VI, Allegro

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (ii) After 1800.: Ex.76 P. Baillot, L’art du violon, p.35

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (ii) After 1800.: Ex.77 Guhr, Über Paganinis Kunst, p.45

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (ii) After 1800.: Ex.78

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (ii) After 1800.: Ex.79

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (ii) After 1800.: Ex.80 S. Babitz, Principles of Extensions, p.8

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Fingering II. Bowed strings 2. Violin. (ii) After 1800.: Ex.81

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Fingerings for written A in the lower register of the saxophone: (a) conventional fingering, (b) false fingering

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J.B. Steane

(b Buenos Aires, Aug 29, 1955). Argentine mezzo-soprano of Slovenian parentage. She studied at the Arts Institute of the Teatro Colón, and in 1985 won Argentina's New Lyric Voices prize. Moving to Europe, she sang with leading orchestras and conductors, specializing in the music of the Baroque and earlier periods. As well as returning to the Colón, she appeared with immediate success in opera in Geneva and Prague, followed by a début at Salzburg as Dorabella in ...

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John Warrack and Cecelia H. Porter

(b Sulza, Thuringia, March 7, 1783; d Leipzig, Aug 27, 1846). German critic, editor, theologian and composer. The son of a Reformed pastor, Gottfried was a chorister at Naumburg. In Leipzig he studied music and theology (1804–9) and served as a Reformed pastor (...

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Eldonna L. May

(b Temple City, CA, Dec 7, 1954). American composer and guitarist. Fink is a composer of orchestral, chamber, keyboard, instrumental, electronic and vocal-dramatic music in the tonal-minimalist vein. Growing up in Los Angeles he studied guitar with len Novi prior to matriculating at the California Institute for the Arts where he received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music composition under ...