>From: Winslow Yerxa <winslowyerxa@xxxxxxxxx>
>If you play the low blow chord, you can make the
>high draw chord sound at the same time (and any
>other combination of high vs. low and blow vs.
>draw). This allows for some nice octave doubling,
>wide voicings (think saxophone section doubled by
>a couple of high clarinets or muted trumpets),
>extended chords, and polychords. You can use your
>fingers on the holes to select which notes will
>sound via recirculation.
(think saxophone section doubled by
>a couple of high clarinets or muted trumpets
Nice analogy 'Slo
Useful chords that I get are:
(on a C harp)
DRAW: G13-- Draw G7 or G9 + BLOW Notes E & G recirculating. AVOID the C
(11th) in holes 7 & 10.
BLOW: Cmaj9-- BLOW GCE plus B & D recirculating. AVOID the F (11th) in hole
On a nice freeblowing LOW D or LOW F, these chords sound really nice. They
will not really work well with a cupped mic. Acoustic or mic on a stand work
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