[Harp-L] Keys for "Celtic" Music.

Brian re your enquiry about the above. 


You need G. If you are able to manage second position this will give you D
as well.

For Irish music G and D cover nearly everything in O'Neil's 1001. 

If you want to get into the Scottish stuff, A will be handy as well.

If you are a "first position junkie" (and I have to admit that I am inclined
to be one) A Seydel Sampler in G/D is a (slightly) expensive option.


Aongus Mac Cana

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