RE: [Harp-L] How to play all scale tones on Diatonic Harp ?
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- From: "Bradford Trainham" <bradford.trainham@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 14:50:05 -0500
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You're a little off on the high end.
10-d gives you that "high a".
10-b single-bend gives you the next highest b.
On the lower notes about which you have questions. (How do you get this
You bend them.
The lowest f on a c 10-hole is gotten by bending the 2-d.
The a above that lowest f is had by doubly bending the 3-d.
Do you have a 10-hole diatonic available on which to practice?
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Subject: [Harp-L] How to play all scale tones on Diatonic Harp ?
C Harp for easy example
- What is the best way to get the 3 missing scale tones on a diatonic
- They are all a whole step below the note above them.
- Must you bend the note above them down an entire step to play those notes?
- That is a lot of bendin'... specially on the high A note
- Here are the notes & holes... (correct me if I got any of this
F= How to get this note?
A = How to get this note?
A=how to play this note?
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