At 11:42 AM 3/12/2002 -0500, Philippe Varlet wrote:
>At 09:34 AM 03/12/2002 +0100, Henrik Norbeck wrote:
>>And I haven't heard of "cut rolls" before, either. Could you please
>>explain what you mean by that by giving some abc example.
>>I've heard of long rolls, short rolls and delayed rolls. I've heard of
>>cuts. But never "cut rolls". Of course a roll consists of a cut and a
>>tap, if that's what you mean.
>What I suspect is that Royce's terminology comes from Highland piping. I
>won't go into what it does to someone to blow in those things all day.... :)
Actually GHB pipers don't really have an organized terminology for most of
the Irish techniques they're not adopted to play the almost entirely Irish
Traditional tune repertoirs, or Irish Traditional styles that almost
exclusively dominate them right now.
(Still can't believe for all your wisdom you've never heard of a cut roll.
It's the basis of the entire Irish Traditional embellishment system.)
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