Re: [Harp-L] F Sharp Minor

Duke of Wail,
Although I love playing F# harmonic minor on a C harp, I have to really
know my bends and overblows.  I would love to hear a recording of you
playing in A major/F# minor on a C harp without lots of histrionics.
Michael Rubin

On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 9:26 AM, <gnarlyheman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> A on an E is 12th, a fairly popular position. This gets my vote so far.
> Is this a song we know?
> Gary
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> Subject: [Harp-L] F Sharp Minor
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> 3rd position on an E harp should work.
> >> I was ask to play with a band that I had never played for. It was a last
> >> minute gig. Second set they called out F#minor or A major. I couldn't
> find
> >> a harp that worked well. I could get a few notes on the D harp. Which
> harp
> >> would work the best for this key?
> >Gary I guess it depends whether you want dorian minor, natural, harmonic,
> aeolian, or phrygian but I just tried it on a handy C harp and it seems to
> work quite well - add that to your exploration!
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