Re: [Harp-L] Diatonic Positions, three Majors, three Minors

I don't think most people really mean one sharp when they say second position . . .
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From: Robert Hale
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Subject: [Harp-L] Diatonic Positions, three Majors, three Minors
Sent: Mar 16, 2012 9:21 AM

I learned diatonic positions in sequence 1-2-3, because that was the
predominant material sold in music stores around 1960. I didn't know, so I
did what they published.

Why not study harp in this order of positions? (C harp)

1P C

2P G one sharp

12P F one flat

(the Majors)

then 3-4-5 (the minors)

Robert Hale

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