Danny Boy

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    gstriph
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    Hi

    I have a question about the notation in Danny Boy. For example, in measures 7 and 8, the first chord has a squiggled line in front of it (rasqueado?) and the next 2 chords do not. But, they appear to be played the same way in the lesson. What’s it mean?

    Thanks,
    Jerry

    #25762

    becky7777
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    I’m not 100% solid on this but I think it’s the symbol to arpeggiate the cord… (Is that even a word?) The arrow indicates the direction to go in.

    I’ve been interpreting the symbol as an arpeggio though. Hope someone can confirm for you. I’ve been having a hard time finding names for anything.

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    Andrew
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    Becky is correct. I’d double check the lesson to see what Katie mentioned for that chord. But, it’s really just stylistic. So up to you if you want to accent the strum, arp., pluck, etc.

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