Chaskan Posted January 28, 2002 Report Share Posted January 28, 2002 I have a question about where to locate harmonics. In orchestra we're playing Strauss' "Rosenkavalier" Suite, and there is a part with a few harmonics that I don't know how to play. If a note is written with a "0" above it, does that mean that the finger is held lightly above where that note is located on the fingerboard? Or does it mean that you play a harmonic with that pitch located somewhere on the instrument? Example: a "c" one octave above middle C with a "0" above it. How is this harmonic played (on a viola)? The next note is the "a" above middle C. How is this played? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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