warble

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From: fraser.kimberley@gmail.com
Subject: Re: a question on lesson 6
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2011 09:56:18 -0400
To: dirk.van.damme@hotmail.be

Hi Dirk,

I escaped the storm without any trouble, thank goodness!  But lots of folks haven’t been so lucky. 
I’m assuming that you are asking about the ‘warble’. It’s a type of grace note that comes underneath the melody note. Does that sound like the one you are asking about?
Thanks,
Kimberley

On Aug 27, 2011, at 6:22 PM, Dirk Van Damme wrote:

 

Hi Kimberley ,

I hope you doing fine and that you do not have too much problems from Irene – Hearing about ii all the way down in Europe it sounds as a very big hurricane which could bring a lot of damage.
I would like to ask you a question on lesson 6 – regarding the last fingered embellishment you are speaking about you referring to a name but I cannot understand  the name – I understand the technique but the name sounds very strange to me that I do know how to write it down. Can you spell it for me? 🙂
Many thanks for answering and all the best
Dirk Van Damme

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