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punteado

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(Sp.). A term used mainly with reference to Baroque guitar technique, denoting the ‘plucking’ of individual strings with the fingertips, as distinct from rasgueado, or strumming. ...

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David Milsom

The Oxford Companion to Music

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...punteado (Sp.). A term used mainly with reference to Baroque guitar technique, denoting the ‘plucking’ of individual strings with the fingertips, as distinct from *rasgueado , or strumming. David...

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James Tyler

The Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments (2 ed.)

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...Punteado (Sp.; Fr. pincé ; It. pizzicato ) . Modern term for the technique of plucking the strings of a guitar with the fingertips or nails of the right hand. Historically, the manner of playing derives from lute technique, and was used by Baroque guitarists in conjunction with strumming technique. The Italian term pizzicato was the one used most widely in the Baroque era, since Italian guitarists were the main developers of the technique and repertory for the instrument in that period. Punteado is the term most commonly used from the late 19th...

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(Sp.). A term used mainly with reference to Baroque guitar technique, denoting the ‘plucking’ of individual strings with the fingertips, as distinct from rasgueado, or strumming.David Milsom
Jarana

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Álvaro Avitia Cao Romero and J. Richard Haefer

The Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments (2 ed.)

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...and pegs. The number of metal frets varies from 10 to 12. The requinto jarocho or guitarra de son (colloquially called a javalina ; not to be confused with the requinto ‘ romantico ’ played in Mexican trios) is a larger four-or five-string variant which is played in punteado (plucking) style with an espiga or pluma (plectrum) of horn, bone, or plastic. The most common tuning is c–d–g′–c′. From smallest to largest the guitarra de son family are termed primera , punteador , medio requinto , carta ( leona ), and león . The jarana huasteca...

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Harvey Turnbull/Paul Sparks/R (1, 2, 5, 6, 8(ii)), James Tyler/R (3, 4), Tony Bacon/R (7), Oleg V. Timofeyev (8(i)), Gerhard Kubik/R (8(iii)), Thomas F. Heck (Bibliography)

The Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments (2 ed.)

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...his publications and he employs a mature and fully integrated style of mixed writing with an equal balance of strummed chords and punteado style, especially in his later passacalles of 1697. The Luz y norte musical (Madrid, 1677) by Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz is devoted to the guitar and the harp; most of the guitar music was plagiarized from Sanz. Guerau’s book of 1694 is notable for containing music in an almost totally punteado style, quite different from Sanz and the majority of other guitar composers. The music for the five-course guitar discussed so far...

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