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Cardiffians, she writes in When I Grow Up, 'were ambiguous, equivocal, double-tongued.
Jean Tournay's contribution, "The double orientation in harpsichord building in the Low Countries in the eighteenth century', sums up his previously published detailed studies of the works of Albertus Delin and Johann Daniel Dulcken, adding a coda devoted to the latter's disciple, Johannes Petrus Bull, the inventor of the double-tongued harpsichord jack.
Some of the mnemonics he recommends for articulations are mind-boggling at first sight, such as "tee tsoo tsoo tee tee tsoo tsoo tsoo tee tsoo tee tee tsoo," in reference to a double-tongued passage in Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No.