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    Default 9. Rcration. Marche by Ernest-Louis Patierno

    For a moment I thought that maybe I should make this post in the “Theory, Technique, Tips and Tricks” forum, but since the previous Patierno topic is all here, I thought it might be appropriate to continue it here also.

    This is a piece from “Mthode Elmentaire de Mandoline” by E-L. Patierno for practicing repeated 16th notes.
    On page 31. we can read:
    REPEATED NOTES IN 16THS
    To execute the repeated notes in 16ths well, it is enough to get used to doing them with equality.
    The student will have to gradually work on the exercises and the recreations that follow.

    https://youtu.be/oOKs1xDynrU

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    Default Re: 9. Rcration. Marche by Ernest-Louis Patierno

    This makes practising seem like fun, Toomas. Great wee exercise on accurate picking, and those double courses sound like singles, so accurate is your tuning!
    I'm playing all the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order. - Eric Morecambe

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    Default Re: 9. Rcration. Marche by Ernest-Louis Patierno

    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelly View Post
    This makes practising seem like fun, Toomas. Great wee exercise on accurate picking, and those double courses sound like singles, so accurate is your tuning!
    Thanks John! As the maestro suggested, I focused on equality in every way. The march-piece also didn't have much ways to hide inaccuracies.

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    Default Re: 9. Rcration. Marche by Ernest-Louis Patierno

    Quote Originally Posted by Toomas Rannu View Post
    The march-piece also didn't have much ways to hide inaccuracies.
    No place to hide at all! Lovely.
    Life is short, play hard. Life is really really short, play really really hard.

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    Default Re: 9. Rcration. Marche by Ernest-Louis Patierno

    Quote Originally Posted by JeffD View Post
    No place to hide
    ...and no point either.

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