At 13:06 11/4/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>On Thursday 04 November 2004 12:27, Judith Conrad wrote:
> > you can turn a sharp into more of a flat with
> > pressure, you can't go the other way on the fly.
>This doesn't quite compute -- surely more pressure makes
>the note go sharper (greater tension on the wire)? What am I
With most "enharmonics" the Flat is sharp of the sharp so that, for
example, if you play a G#, but really need a Ab, you can press harder and
raise it up to the Ab.
Mud is clearer, perhaps?
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