QUOTE(alij @ Nov 22 2011, 11:15 AM)
When notating for a woodwind player, a staccato passage where tonguing between notes is not required, do I show a slur as well as the staccato marks? If not, how do I notate this?
I hope someone can help me. Thanks very much.
I'm not quite sure what you mean. For wind players, notes which have a slur and dots usually indicates "soft tonguing", which couldn't be described as staccato. I'm not sure how a wind player could play staccato without tonguing - it's kind of possible, but probably wouldn't sound very good.