Started by greg, May 05, 2007, 03:43:26 PM
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Quote from: bwv 1080 on May 08, 2007, 03:04:16 PMits an artifical harmonic - the piece is chock full of them. Are you attempting the piece on electric? Do you have any classical training? All in Twilight is a virtuoso piece, you might try something more basic if you have no background in CG
Quote from: greg on May 09, 2007, 12:04:03 PMI can't believe what just happened here- i just opened up the score again and after i read you saying it's an artificial harmonic, i read "Art. Harm" right over the note, how silly! I'm assuming this harmonic is made by fretting the 3rd fret on the A-string and then adding the "harmonic part" on the 8th fret, which creates the note..... (just like how they do it on all the other string instruments)Actually, i have some more question... what does the "CI", "CIV", etc. stand for? Capo? Also, could you get away with playing with a pick or does it have to be played with the fingers? Well, yeah, I'm playing it on my guitar, which is electric, but I could play it on my mom's acoustic guitar if i wanted to- it'd be nice if it had nylon strings though 0:).
Quote from: bwv 1080 on May 09, 2007, 12:24:14 PMNo, the art harmonic is at the octave (the 1st partial) with the index finger on the node (somewhere around the 14-15th fret) and plucked with the thumb.The roman numerals refer to position and the C refers to a barre, so CIV would be a barre on the 4th fretYou can't play the piece with a pick, as there are too many voices and the chords should not be strummed unless the score says to.
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