Octave Underneath

Octave Underneath

Playing in unison is difficult, but playing the same notes an octave apart is a useful way of helping the player of the top octave find a context for their intonation.

Let the player underneath direct when the player of the top octave can move onto the next note.

For passages in octaves in quartets and string ensembles we need the low notes to be played strongly to help intonation....

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