Re: Help with bending...
>Winslow Yerxa writes:
> > One familiar thing can help, the thing you do to say
> > sounds like "K" as in King, or "G" as in Gold. Your tongue and
> > your soft palate (the soft tissue that forms the roof of your
> > mouth at the back, converge to make this sound. They don't need
> > to actually touch - air has to flow through. You'll get sort of
> > "KHHHH" sound, like sucking through a straw in a nearly empty
> > glass.
> > This same action can be moved even farther back in the mouth,
> > freeing the tongue to do other things. See how far back you can
> > make this sound, without the harp. Try making sounds of coughing
> > and choking, then try to sustain them, keep an air flow going.
> > And don't gag.
> Is it true that you retired from a practice in dentistry
>because you wanted to devote yourself to the harp full-time?
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