Re: Howard Levy stuff in uk?
to all and especially nick.
trying to bend and tongue block at the same time is a bit confusing
for the tongue.when you bend the notes,notice that your tongue is
pressed down against your jaw and the tip of your tongue is pointing
up,that's if you bend notes "by the book".so if when your tongue
is goin' down inside the cavity of your mouth,it would be quite
difficult to press it against the holes of the harp,and you might get
some unpleasent notes\effects.you can try and bend the notes by changing
the angle of the harp against your lips (but that's a bad technique
in the long run) and then tongue block the notes.my advice is to
tongue block and bend but not at once.
t.a univ. ,israel.
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