Subject: [Harp-L] how music works -- for harp too

EXCELLENT, Phil - thanks. Enjoyed the entire 5 episodes.
As you've written, quite painless.
(Played along on his final piano version of 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' on 
 my A Cx-12. It fit perfectly). 
 The same host continues with:
History of Rhythm. This is part 1 - I'm settling in to enjoy.

There are also episodes on Harmony and Bass. I'm presuming in the same  
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Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2011 11:04:52 -0400 (EDT)
From:  philharpn@xxxxxxx
Subject: [Harp-L] how music works -- for harp too
To: _harp-l@xxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx) 

Here is a British TV series -- I don't think there is a DVD on it -- that I 
 found interesting.

It's a popular -- as opposed to scholarly or  academic -- approach to music.

In other words, it talks about things  in music most people on this list 
are already doing -- and explains how it all  fits together,

If I could find it on disc, I would buy it in a  downbeat -- which beats 
the stop-start you sometimes get on  youtube.

And it's painless.


How Music  Works 1 - Melody - Part 1...... link  below

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