what does it mean when a piece of music has a slur from one note to another

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by miragepatel, Sep 18, 2004.

  1. miragepatel

    miragepatel New Member

    what does it mean whem a piece of music has a slur from one note to another?
  2. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    Have not heard of it.. Moind giving us the source of where you heard it??
  3. alex

    alex New Member

    Hi ! i know it - slurs means slides from one note to another, i use to call it with the same name, earlier before seeing the word slide. So its nothing different but slide. ;)
  4. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    Oh ok.. Then read my tutorials on SLiding and bending..
  5. jackdaws

    jackdaws New Member

    Slurs are basically bending not sliding...r u sure slurs are also used for sliding too???
  6. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    You can still follow the same tutorial.. It deals with both.. BY the way seems like i'm marketing my tutorials a lot..
  7. jackdaws

    jackdaws New Member

    hey jayanth...ur tutorials are really good dude...
  8. rajscorps

    rajscorps Kaput

    Slurs include all of the following -


    You will note they are all fretting hand techniques. From a purist point of view slurs only include hammers-ons and pull-offs. In fact many don't include bends and slides under slurs. Guitarists use slurs to add rhythmic, melodic and harmonic interest to basic guitar playing.

    Also, you should not substitute the word 'slides' for 'slurs'. It would lead to confusion if you play in a band of experienced guitarists.

  9. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    Thats true abotu the not substituting part..

    You are welcom Jack..
  10. miragepatel

    miragepatel New Member

    Thanks Guys and ill be sure to read your forum Jayanth...
  11. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    You are welcome.. You can ask me if you have any problems with my tutorials.

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