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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 19 May 19, Sunday
Random information on the term “Finger”:
Snapping (or clicking) one’s fingers is the act of creating a snapping or clicking sound with one’s fingers. Primarily this is done by building tension between the thumb and another (middle, index, or ring) finger and then moving the other finger forcefully downward so it hits the palm of the same hand at a high speed.
In Ancient Greece snapping of fingers was used by musicians and dancers as a way to keep the rhythm and it was known with the words “ἀποληκέω” (apolekeo), “ἀποκρότημα” (apokrotema) (from the verb “ἀποκροτέω” – apokroteo, “to snap the fingers”) and “ἐπίπταισμα” (epiptaisma). Finger snapping is still common in modern Greece.
Finger snapping may be used as a substitute for hand clapping. The University of Michigan Men’s Glee Club has a long tradition of doing this. The club’s history states, “The reason behind this (as legend goes) is you can’t clap and hold a beer [at the same time]! Another possible reason is that snapping is less disruptive than clapping during speeches and announcements.” Finger snapping at poetry readings has become traditional.
Random information on the term “NAME”:
“Name” is a song by the American rock band Goo Goo Dolls. It was released in September 1995 as the third single from the album A Boy Named Goo. As the band’s first hit, the song topped both the US Modern Rock Track chart and the Album Rock Tracks chart and reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100. It was also very successful in Canada, peaking at number two on the RPM Top Singles chart and number one on the RPM Alternative 30. “Name” is Goo Goo Dolls highest charting song in the U.S.
Although the Goo Goo Dolls were considered an alternative group prior to the single’s release,[according to whom?] “Name” crossed over to pop and adult contemporary radio, greatly increasing the band’s fan base. The band re-recorded this song for their compilation album, Greatest Hits Volume One: The Singles; this version featured minimal arrangements and production.
The song’s unusual guitar tuning, D-A-E-A-E-E, is accomplished by replacing the B string with a high E string. In an interview with Guitar World Magazine, the singer and songwriter Johnny Rzeznik explained: “Both the top strings are high E strings. Whenever I tried tuning a regular B string up to E, it would pop. It was really tough on the tension. I’ve seen guys play ‘Name’ with regular tuning. It doesn’t sound right.” Rzeznik says that the song’s unusual composition happened “quite accidentally”. In an interview with KFOG, he explained: “It was weird, I was just sitting on my couch randomly twisting the tuning pegs, and I couldn’t figure out what notes the guitar was tuned to, so I had to grab my tuner to find out, and then I jotted them down on a post it. … I just sat there and let my fingers play the fretboard openly, and that is what became the progression of ‘Name’.”