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#1 2010-07-25 22:58:38

pueyrredon
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Registered: 2010-07-25
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kasaiki / sorane

Hi,
what's the difference between kasaiki and sorane? which one correspond to slap tongue / pizzicato?
thanks in advance

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#2 2010-07-25 23:08:28

Tairaku 太楽
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Re: kasaiki / sorane

You mean "staccato"?

Here's a link to some explanations of this stuff.

http://www.shakuhachichambermusic.com/p … ingwm.html

As he mentions here, it's advisable to use western terms.


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#3 2010-07-27 14:12:23

Dun Romin
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Re: kasaiki / sorane

Pizzicato can be seen as a lighter way of performing a kind of staccato. The term is used for violin and likewise instruments to indicate to pluck the cords instead of using the bow. ;-) Both hard things to do for a fluteplayer.


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#4 2010-07-27 14:31:07

pueyrredon
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Re: kasaiki / sorane

Pizzicato slap is percussive playing technique achieved by the slamming of the tongue against the palate to create a strong "t". Pitch can be perceived according to the position of the embouchure.

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