[Harp-L] VIDEO- Antonio Serrano with a LOOPER
Excellent use of a looper with chromatic harmonica!!!! Genius
I GOT RHYTHM
> On Nov 17, 2014, at 2:13 PM, Randy Singer <randy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> yes, i also find it disturbing that more harmonica players do not recognize the genius of antonio serrano.
> I guess the blues and reed plate thickness is more of a priority to the masses. Few have put in the time into the instrument as Antonio has done. As far as the advancement of the harmonica, it seems to be a niche unattainable concept except for the rare exceptions.
>> On Nov 17, 2014, at 12:11 PM, Roger Trobridge <gopher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:gopher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>> Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2014 09:29:29 -0500
>> From: Randy Singer <randy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:randy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>
>> Subject: [Harp-L] VIDEO- Harmonica trio featuring Antonio Serrano
>>> Such a treasure!
>> Please check the link to the (almost) complete performance Antonio gave at
>> our festival, this year. You can play the first one by Antonio and sit back
>> as it will play through the later ones automatically. This performance was
>> without reheasal and without his accompanist who was taken ill the day
>> before the concert.
>> https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNbC6TwXTlDA-bmfthhcXkrB_uHJvQFIX <https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNbC6TwXTlDA-bmfthhcXkrB_uHJvQFIX>
>> I have uploaded 8 or 9 videos where he plays alone, with the driving force
>> behind Fata Morgana (probably the best Quartet), and with our accompanist,
>> Chris Collis.
>> To be honest I expected more reactions like Randy's as Antonio is probably
>> the most complete harmonica player I have ever met and a tribute to Larry
>> Adler who recognised Antonio's ability when he was just 15, in 1987.
>> Give him a try!
FROM RANDY SINGER
>>> Absolutely amazing video of my favorite chromatic harmonica player and a traditional harmonica trio.
>>> There's a bit of a brief intro and then the music will begin like horses jumping out of a race track.
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