Re: [Harp-L] Circle of Fifths (Circle of Fourths) and Positions

I have seen several people say that they organize their harps in their case by the circle of fifths. I'm giving it a try now, but I just wanted to understand why this organization is better than some other method like laying it out by keys.

> On Dec 20, 2013, at 12:59 PM, "MundHarp@xxxxxxx" <MundHarp@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have kept my harmonicas in a case, in the order of the circle of fitfhs  
> for many years... It makes it very easy to grab the right harp at a gig!
> John "Whiteboy" Walden
> Just now in a wintry but bonnie Scotland!
> In a message dated 17/12/2013 17:16:16 GMT Standard Time, dougharps  writes:
> <<  Certainly it can be useful to have a Circle of Fifths for  reference.
> However, years ago I started arranging my harps in order of the  Circle of
> Fifths, and without any mnemonics or deliberate effort I soon had  memorized
> the Circle of Fifths.  I still have them organized this  way.
> It was an easy way to commit a lot of theory to memory.   >>

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