[Harp-L] Sleighride on Diatonic Harmonicas
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- Subject: [Harp-L] Sleighride on Diatonic Harmonicas
- From: Gary Lehmann <gnarlyheman@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2011 14:42:38 -0700
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Here is a YouTube of me playing Sleighride on diatonic harmonicas, custom
tuned to my New World tuning. I was going to teaching it to my student using
a chromatic, and discovered that it was easy on diatonic, if you swap out
<object width="420" height="345"><param name="movie" value="
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allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true"></embed></object>My tuning
has no missing major scale steps, and was the virtue of draw bends in the
first octave for the major key, and 5-10 are the same as 4-9 on a standard
(Richter tuned) harp.
I will be selling this harmonica already tuned for $50 to those who wish to
try one, using a Special 20, in all keys.
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