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  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 09:10 . . (-15). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: -"Most commonly ")
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 05:24 . . (+1). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: middle-->central)
  • (diff | hist) . . Fingering‎; 05:23 . . (+264). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: '''Fork fingering''' is any fingering where a middle hole is uncovered while the holes to each side are kept covered. The Giorgi flute was developed in part to remove the necessity of fork fingering for playing chromatic notes.<r)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 05:14 . . (+228). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: The first key added to the flute, the short F key,<ref name="Randel"/> crossed the flute's body, replacing a fingering with an open hole above a closed one, and is presumably the origin of the name for such "cross" fingerings.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 05:04 . . (+29). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: -->is any fingering, "requiring a closed hole or holes below an open one."<ref name="Randel">Randel, Don Michael (2003). ''The Harvard Dictionary of Music'', p.228. Harvard. ISBN 9780674011632.</ref>)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 05:01 . . (+18). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: increasingly provided an easy alternative to playing chromatic notes without cross-fingerings)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 04:58 . . (+20). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: keys)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 04:54 . . (+193). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: The Boehm system was developed in part to replace cross-fingerings.<ref name="Randel">Randel, Don Michael (2003). ''The Harvard Dictionary of Music'', p.228. Harvard. ISBN 9780674011632.</ref>)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 04:49 . . (+83). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: In the Baroque period cross-fingering improved, allowing more chromatic music, but)
  • (diff | hist) . . Fingering‎; 04:40 . . (+241). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: In the Classical and Romantic periods flute design changes such as larger tone holes made cross-fingering less practical and keywork increasingly made it easier to play chromatic notes without cross-fingering.<ref>Larsen (2011), p.51)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 04:32 . . (+75). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: <!--Cross-fingering and cross fingering redirect directly here.-->)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Fingering‎; 04:30 . . (+2). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Cross-fingering: =)
  • (diff | hist) . . Fingering‎; 04:29 . . (+745). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)('''Cross-fingering''' is any fingering that is, or where the fingers are, "crossed". "Opening successive tone holes in woodwind instruments shortens the standing wave in the bore. However, the standing wave propagates past the first open hole, so its freq)
  • (diff | hist) . . Fingering‎; 04:08 . . (-22). .Hyacinth (talk | contribs)(Keyboard instruments: Piano: "Keyboard instruments: Piano" --> "Piano")

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