[Harp-L] Double tonguing

Michael Rubin michaelrubinharmonica@xxxxx
Sat Jul 9 10:14:30 EDT 2016

Double tonguing is when you begin the sound of notes by quickly touching
the roof of the mouth or in the throat with a K or G sound but generally
with the tip of the tongue two times in a row.  It  begins the notes with a
crisp sound.

Yes, Richard Williger, it is a quite common harp technique.
Michael Rubin

On Sat, Jul 9, 2016 at 8:32 AM, Rick Dempster <rickdempster33 at xxxxx>

> I've only got one tongue. Do you mean tongue switching? Left to right or
> vice versa?
> On 8 July 2016 at 22:59, Richard L Williger <rlwilliger at xxxxx>
> wrote:
> > Those of you who double on sax/flute/other wind instruments:  do you
> apply
> > double-tonguing techniques in harp?  If so, how?
> > Thanks!
> >
> >
> >

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