I want to have a strings part with tremolo, like used for example on the beginning of the 4th movement in Beethoven's 6th Symphony.
But I also want the beginning of every such note to be accented. In other words, I'd like the first among those 16th's that are effectively played to be a bit stronger than those following it. So, does it make sense to write an accent sign above tremolo note and will the player understand the intention if i put it like this?
From what I saw watching the performances, string players indeed already differentiate two tremolo notes by changing their bow's angle against the neck a little bit, even without any accent sign. But since in my piece I change durations of tremolo notes, I need to see if this is the proper way to make this differentiation more distinct.