Re: Subject: [Harp-L] video- CHEROKEE by Yvonnick Prene
Yvonnick Prene is an incredible talent, no doubt about it.
No one doubts his ability.
But what I heard was as musical as spoons in the disposal.....JMHO
> On Sep 30, 2014, at 10:19 AM, Joseph Leone <3n037@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Sep 29, 2014, at 3:46 PM, Randy Singer wrote:
>> Its the soloââjust the soloâ):
> So, what you're sahyne is that the videographer came in part way into the tune and only caught the solo and then the piano? Ok, now that makes sense.
> Even though the tune didn't make any sense.
>> i can tell how how a player is from just a few notesâ.this guy is a monster with feelingâ..chops and feelingâ..
>> Just my opinion thoughâ.but he excels in the following
>> amazing tone
>> rhythmic perfection
>> ability to play in multiple keys
>> great sense of improvisation, always surprising
>> melodic sense (evident on other recordings)
>> great phrasing (evident on other recordings)
>> diverse repertoire
> You had me at 'other recordings'. Been watching the guy for years. He IS a force to be reconed with. Unfortunately this wasn't a good example
> of his prowess (in points 1, 2, 5, 6...is all (I think) people are alluding to. I don't think anyone is questioning his talent otherwise.
> smo-joe's 4M co. (Mars metalurgy, machine, manufacturing. P.O. box 777, Mars, Pa. 16046) lolol
>> It would be great to have him at spah to help raise the level of the playing field, for sure.
> Well, we have had Jens Bunge, Filip Jers, Michal Herblin and others at the last couple. So I think things have been looking good..so far. Adding Yvonnick would work. :)
>> IMO, few harmonica players want to practice as much as this young kid and I am impressed by virtuosity and feeling, which this young man has.
>>> Where is the "phrasing" and more importantly WHERE is the melody?
>>> Rob Paparozzi
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