Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 33

Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 33
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periodical Publisher
Hodges & Smith, Dublin, 1840
periodical Editor
Edward Bunting
periodical Title
Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland
volume Number
1
issue Content
27ANCIENT MUSIC OF IRELAND.DOUBLE NOTES, CHORDS, ETC._Contznued.It is worthy of remark, that the harpers struck the upper note of these chords first,instead of beginning with the lowest tone, as the moderns do in their Arpeggios. All thesegraces, shakes, double notes, chords, &c., had a different sound and expression, according tothe method adopted in fingering, and stopping the vibration of the strings.4By thumb, first and third fingers; a chord of a third, with an octave.By thumb, second, and third fingers; a chord of three notes.e Or crossing the hands, the right hand taking the place of the left.b By first, second, and third fingers; a chord of three notes.d By thumb, first, second, and third fingers; a chord offour notes.NAMES IN IRISH CHARACTERS.NAMES IN ENGLISMCHARACTERS.TRANSLATION. MUSICAL EXAMPLES.as uch,acea n aN Ch O1oh,bcaobhCPObh,c . . . .WNCh Obh,dma an phOHCh,e .Glasluith, . . .Cennanchruich, .Taobhcrobh, . .Lanchrobh, . . .Malart Phonch, .Quick locking, . .Extremity of hand,Side hand, . . .Full hand, . . .To reverse the hand,Z4fl,z+12z +r
issue Number
1
page Number
33
periodical Author
Edward Bunting
issue Publication Date
1840-01-01T00:00:00
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Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland

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