Re: no Toots/angles

> I was trying to imitate Toots' "Bye Bye Blackbird" on a Marine Band, when 
> I started playing my harp at different angles and I noticed I 
> could get a crisper, louder sound if I held it at an angle (using 
> a clock as a model, I was holding it at 10:20 rather than at 
> 9:15.)
> We've had discussions on playing the harp upside down and inside 
> the mouth, but what can people share on angles?

 It's pretty common, as is pushing the harp to one side of the mouth or 
the other if you're a tongue blocker. I tilt my harps slightly so that 
the right side is higher than the left. It just fits better in my mouth 
that way.

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