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" The slurring of a note to the following measure is always a fault, unless it is justified for some special reason, as in dance music or comic songs, where it may be used to produce a piquant or bizarre effect. "
The Flute and Flute-playing in Acoustical, Technical, and Artistic Aspects - Page 84
by Theobald Böhm - 1908 - 100 pages
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The Early Flute: A Practical Guide

Rachel Brown - Music - 2002 - 184 pages
...Cross-beat slurs, here with chromatic (written-out) appoggiaturas, have a particular poignancy; Boehm noted, 'the slurring of a note to the following measure is...where it may be used to produce a piquant or bizarre effect'.37 Far from comic here, the striking opening accompaniment creates a yearning tension, heightened...
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