Re: [Harp-L] Women on harp
how about these
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>>> Harri Haka <harri.haka@xxxxxxxxx> 11/21/2010 3:37 AM >>>
I have wondered, regardless of genre, why there are so few female
harmonica artists around. Is it because women have less breathing
ability than men? Or is it just a tradition that the ladies sing and do
other instruments? I know there are talented harmonica women but they
are a minority. For comparison, there are many ladies who play guitar
that have achieved worldwide respect. But as to harmonica, not many come
to mind. In my opinion, it would add value to a talented vocalist's
repertoire, if she played harp on some tunes. Needs practice, of course.
But I believe that if women can jump pole vault and play ice hockey,
they should be able to play the harp too.
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