Bracket above two notes to indicate same finger

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    kbird
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    Hello,
    Working on Suzuki book 6 for violin, Rameau’s Gavotte, I’ve come across a bracket over two notes that are to be played with the same finger, first on one string, then on adjacent string. How should this be brailled?
    Thank you for your help!
    Karen

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    LarrySmith
    Moderator

    Karen,

    I think I had better pass this question to a string player. I’ll ask Ruth Rozen and have her reply directly to you with a copy to me. Then I can post her answer here for the benefit of anyone else who may be interested.

    Larry

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    LarrySmith
    Moderator

    Ruth’s advice is to show the bracket using the signs for brackets above or below the staff and leave it to the teacher to interpret it.

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    kbird
    Participant

    Thanks very much, Larry and Ruth!

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