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... In a continuation of an article in Volume 5, Issue 2 of "The Horn Call," Merewether answers common questions about open and stopped horns. ...
... In the second article in a series studying horn in-tune stopped fingerings, charts represent the fifth, seventh, and tenth harmonics. ...
... Earnest explains the following: (1) the acoustics of the horn in its stopped, muted and open ... stopped horns; (4) and the mathematics used to explain these ideas. ...
... An instructional guide provides information on hand-stopping horn fingering, including a fingering chart of stopped fingerings. ...
... In the second article in a series printed in the same issue, the basic acoustics of open, stopped, muted, and partially stopped horn are explained. ...
... also examines the views of Coar, Gregory, and Blaikley, who study gasses in closed tubes. A B-flat fingering chart for stopped notes is included. ... The importance of the harmonic series when determining stopped fingerings is stressed. Seiffert ...
... Pervin discusses using the high F horn on descant double or triple horns for stopped parts. He ...
... stopped horn, which include a half-step raise in pitch due to the shortness of the horn's acoustical length. ...
... works which were written for natural instruments. Notes the controversy of valved horns versus ... natural instruments. Discusses the stopping technique of the natural horn. Explains how stopped effects ...
... An instructional analysis is presented that examines how factitious and privileged horn notes are created and how hand-stopping affects note production. ...
... Mansur explains the differences between the stopped horn, the echo horn, and the muted horn and ...
... chord. It is important to sonically separate the chord's two notes; if both notes are played in the ...
... century. Notes that pitches of stops are identified by the name of the stop, and therefore pitches ...
... Merewether examines what accoustically occurs in both stopped and open horn playing. He describes ... the harmonic series, the notes produced from end-blown tubes, and pressure patterns formed in end ...
... . Notes that natural harmonics are out of tune with both just intonation and equal temperament, while the ...