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Multiple stoppinglocked

  • Peter Walls


In the playing of bowed string instruments, the technique of sounding more than one note simultaneously. Playing on two strings at once is known as double stopping, three strings as triple stopping, etc. Although these terms imply creating notes by holding down (i.e stopping) several strings at once, chords or two part-passages which include open strings are also described as double (triple etc.) stops....

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