[Harp-L] Re: Harp-L Digest, Vol 100, Issue 14
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- From: JON KIP <jonkip@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 15:04:01 -0800
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On Dec 8, 2011, at 8:03 AM, harp-l-request@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
We all need to practice playing in tune regardless of the
techniques wewell said.
and never let being in tune with a tuner be a substitiute for being In
Tune with others in the moment.
that is to say, you can be "right" and wrong at the same time.
our goal as players at times is to be skillful enough to do what we
can to make those around us sound in tune and together.....
there must be a word for those who insist on being in tune technically
while being out of tune with those around them....
wonder what it is.
I've been in way too many sessions where someone was out of tune
with everyone else and says "But I'm right in tune with
my tuning machine"
It's pretty hard to practice playing in tune alone.
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