Nyckelharpa Up and Down

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Basic principles of upstroke and downstroke. Textbook and sheet music collection for the nyckelharpa by Fabian Payr

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Nyckelharpa Up+Down – Basic Principles of Up & Down Strokes

and 64 melodies for nyckelharpa & accompaniment by Fabian Payr

Just in time for the international nyckelharpa days at Fürsteneck Castle in October 2018, this textbook with an extensive collection of sheet music has now been published.

If you want to bring the tonal variety of the nyckelharpa to life, you must master the art of bowing. This includes, among other things, a sensible sequence of spreading and spreading. Making music on the basis of the so-called “stroke rules” involves both body and gravity and also takes into account the constructive peculiarities of the bow.

In the first part of this book, the basic principles of meaningful and musical stroke distribution are explained, and a variety of common stroke patterns are introduced. A famous violin teacher of the past also has his say: Leopold Mozart. The rules from his “Thorough Violin School” are over 260 years old – but still a valuable inspiration today. The theoretical part is complemented by an extensive collection of pieces showing the application of the stroke rules in practice – with a variety of pieces from different eras and different areas of international folklore.

 

English:

Basic Principles of Up- & Downbowing

and 64 Melodies for Nyckelharpa & Accompaniment by Fabian Payr

Whoever wants to bring the Nyckelharpa’s rich sound to life should master the art of bowing. This includes, among other things, an appropriate use of up- and downbows. Making music on the basis of the bowing rules includes both body and gravity and also takes into

account the constructive characteristics of the bow.

In the first part of this book some basic principles of a meaningful and musical distribution of up- and downbows are explained and a multitude of bowing patterns are introduced. A famous violin teacher from the past also has his say: Leopold Mozart. The rules from his “Gründliche Violinschule” are over 260 years old – but still a valuable inspiration today. The theoretical part is supplemented by an extensive collection of pieces in which the application of the bowing rules is shown in practice – with a multitude of pieces from different epochs and different areas of international folk music.

The book is written in English and German language.

 


Order no:

14-0
ISBN: 978-3-943060-14-0
Format: DIN A4
Number of pages: 96 pages
Cover: Softcover with Wire-O

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Weight 0,6 kg

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