Re: [Harp-L] Shuffle Rag (guitar & harp)

Thanx Eugene. I was pleased to see Charlie's post too  'cause I'm always
looking out for other 'Foster Freaks'.
All the great feedback I've had on that vid has made me put a bit more time
into developing it. I don't really practice diatonic,
just carry it in my pocket and play it when I get tired of whistling........
I always liked chords and harmony; I just sent another harp-l-er some pics
of a harp I made years ago; a C and F joined together.
While I'm on-list here, I'll see if I can post 'em...probably won't work,
but if it does, it might bring the odd smile, or tear,,,here
goes...probably fall foul of admin!

On 16 April 2013 19:25, Eugene Ryan <ryan.eugene@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Nice stuff, Charlie. Mixing the traditional techniques with modern ones  -
> it works well and sounds great.
> Rick, that's great to see new techniques like that - likewise, sounding
> great.
> --
> Eugene

Rick Dempster
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