[Harp-L] 3rd/4th position video
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- From: "Evan Meagher" <meagher@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 22 May 2010 07:37:08 -0700
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Sorry in advance for such a vague question. I've been scouring the archives
to no avail, looking for a youtube video that was posted on here about two
years ago. It was a live performance with a male harpist - I think he was
wearing a hat - playing in third/fourth position (I think the chord
progression was just I/V, so in a sense, he was moving between the two) on a
small stage. For some reason, I got the impression that it was filmed in
Europe somewhere, but I'm really not sure. It was a slow, minor bluesy jam,
and I believe it used highly punctuated stop time.
I know it's a shot in the dark, but does this ring any bells with anyone?
Like I said, I tried a couple dozen searches of youtube and the archives and
couldn't find what I was looking for.
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