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    bowing noun mus. - Strichart

    Examples/ definitions with source references

    bowing

    the technique or manner of managing the bow in playing a stringed musical instrument

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bowing


    strichart f.

    Fundstelle: Lfg. 10 (1957), Bd. X,III (1957), Sp. 1549, Z. 27die art der bogenführung beim streichinstrumentenspiel

    https://www.dwds.de/?q=strichart&from=wb (aus Grimm)


    Stricharten

    Unter Stricharten versteht man verschiedene Spieltechniken, mit denen bei Streichinstrumenten der Bogen über die Saiten geführt wird. Sie dienen der Artikulation und Phrasierung bei der Gestaltung von Melodien.

    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stricharten


    Beispiele für die Verwendung:


    spiccạto

    eine Strichart bei Streichinstrumenten, bei der jeder Ton durch einen eigenen Strich erzeugt wird ...

    https://www.wissen.de/lexikon/spiccato


    Konzertmeister

    Erster Geiger eines Orchesters, der Fingersatz und Strichart der Violinstimmen einheitlich regelt ...

    https://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/Konzertm...

    Comment

    Wir kommen von hier: related discussion: Strichart


    Die Beleglage ist sicherlich noch verbesserungsfähig, aber die Gleichsetzung scheint mir so eindeutig, dass ich es doch schonmal wage, das hier einzutragen. Vielleicht hat jemand ein musikalisches Fachwörterbuch zur Hand und kann noch weitere Belege ergänzen.

    AuthorCalifornia81 (642214) 06 Jul 19, 10:43
    Ergebnisse aus dem Wörterbuch
    bowingdie Wölbung  pl.: die Wölbungen
    bowing [MUS.]die Strichart
    to bow (to so./sth.)  | bowed, bowed |sichacc. (vor jmdm./etw.) verbeugen  | verbeugte, verbeugt |
    to bow (to so./sth.)  | bowed, bowed |sichacc. (jmdm./etw.) beugen  | beugte, gebeugt |
    bow-wow   - interj.wau, wau (or: wauwau)
    a shot across the bows (or: bow)   also  [fig.]ein Schuss vor den Bug
    to have two strings to one's bowmehrere Eisen im Feuer haben
    Comment

    Fundstücke dazu :


    https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/A_Dictionary_o...

    A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1900) edited by George Grove

    Bowing by Paul David

    Bowley, Robert→

    BOWING. This term is used in a twofold sense, corresponding to the German terms 'Bogenführung' and 'Strichart' respectively. In the first it designates in a general way the action of the bow on stringed instruments, and in that sense we speak of a style and method of bowing, or of the bowing of a player. In the second it means the particular manner in which a phrase or passage is to be executed, and the signs by which such a manner is usually marked; and in that sense we speak of the bowing of a phrase or passage.

    1. Bowing (Bogenführung). While the left hand of the violin-player fixes the tone, and thereby does that which for the piano-player is already done by the mechanism of the instrument,—and while his correctness of intonation (supposing his ear to be accurate) depends on the proficiency of his left hand, as with the piano-player it depends on the tuner's proficiency,— ...

     ... 2. Bowing (Strichart). To the correct and truthful rendering of a musical phrase or passage on a stringed instrument, it is essential that an appropriate bowing should be chosen, or, if already given by the composer, be strictly adhered to. This appears self-evident, if we consider how one and the same passage, bowed in two different ways, may produce two entirely different effects. A succession of notes, intended by the composer to be played as a legato passage, ...


    Dictionary of Terms in Music / Wörterbuch Musik: English - German, ...

    https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=4SQjAAAAQ...

    Horst Leuchtmann - 2012 - ‎Literary Criticism

    Bogenforrn] f. bow form2 [Топи] Bogenform2 f. bow guard brass Schutzkappe f. bow harp s. arched harp. bowing Bogenführung f; manner/type of _ Strichart f.


    The Oxford Dictionary of Music - Page 822 - Google Books Result

    https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=XX2sAQAAQ...

    Michael Kennedy, ‎Tim Rutherford-Johnson, ‎Joyce Kennedy - 2013 - ‎Music

    Strich (Bogenstrich, Anstrich) [Ger.] A stroke (with a bow); hence mit breitem Strich, with the breadth of the whole bow, and so forth. So also Strichart, manner of bowing; Aufstrich, up-bow; Niederstrich, down-bow. ...


    ... so auch :

    https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/dictionarie...

    The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music

    © The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music 1996, originally published by Oxford University Press 1996.

    Strich or Bogenstrich or Anstrich(Ger.). A stroke (with a bow); hence mit breitem Strich, with the breadth of the whole bow, and so forth. So also Strichart, manner of bowing; Aufstrich, up-bow; Niederstrich, down-bow. ...


    #1Authorno me bré (700807) 06 Jul 19, 11:19
     
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