Re: [Harp-L] SPAH and me
You answered your question big Rick. Most harp players don't have a solo repertoire. Also, over my life time I have noticed something.
I play or have played other instruments. Most musicians have total disregard for harmonica players. No respect. Sorry, but that's the
way I see it. I have been shoveling the proverbial sh*t against the proverbial tide for what seems like eons. Sometimes I win. Sometimes
I loose. :)
On Aug 21, 2015, at 1:39 AM, Rick Dempster wrote:
> I think people could see why I asked this question. There are very few
> 'vacancies' for the position of 'harmonica player' in the music world.
> Thus, most players that I know front their own band. Either that, or they
> play another instrument, and the harp is usually a second.
> Many harp players are jammers, and don't necessarily have a solo
> repertoire, or one that can be used as a functional act for gigs.
> On 21 August 2015 at 06:15, MANFRED WEWERS <mwewers@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> All instruments are welcome and SPAH has seen quite a few over the years.
>> Yes people sing. As seminar coordinator I encourage people to give
>> non-harmonica seminars and some do, as was the case in Denver. Vocal
>> seminars were well attended.
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