RE: [Harp-L] This Masquerade

To state the obvious, this tune is pretty easy to play on the's all right there.
Of course, I have no doubt that it can sound good on any of the various diatonics that have been suggested.
WVa Bob 
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> To: dfwhoot@xxxxxxxxx; harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [Harp-L] This Masquerade
> Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2015 14:17:39 -0800
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> Try using an SBS-type harp a half-step higher than the minor key used to 
> play "This Masquerade." No overblows, partly because it is low enough on the 
> SBS to avoid 4o, 5o, etc. Start on 3rd-hole draw. It is kind of amazing, but 
> it does work...  Locrian mode?
> So try a Solist Pro 12 Steel or Hohner Steve Baker 365/28SBS
> as follows:
> Use a LC harp for B minor
> Use a LD harp for Db minor
> Use an A harp for Ab minor
> There will a few low bends on holes 2 and 3.
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> From: dfwhoot@xxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Monday, January 12, 2015 12:25 PM
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> Subject: [Harp-L] This Masquerade
> Been working on "This Masquerade " in Dm, using a Bb And D country tune . 
> I'd like to only use the one Bb, but for me it just not there...
> Decided against the chromatic, even though I listened to a Jim Watkins on 
> you-tube and he does a great job.
> Any other thoughts or recommendations I should try...?
> Jerl Welch 

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