Re: [Harp-L] Why 12th?

Also, like 2nd position, 12th position is one accidental away from the tonic key of the harp (it's 2nd position on the circle of fourths.) That means, like 2nd position, not so many bends are needed to play a major key melody. The utility of the position as a major key position is as Martin has well described it.


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