Re: [Harp-L] 4th Position Harmonica article by Tony Eyers

Thank you for the article on 4th position playing. If one is already using 3rd position to play minor tunes, what are the advantages of 4th, or am I going to run into minor tunes where 3rd does not work?(fiddle tunes)   Also since Am is the realtive minor of C, if you played in first position on an A minor tune it will work? Am I playing in a minor key? Or I am I playing in C and it just does not clash with  A minor??  Hope that makes sense. Also I hope this goes to the list, if this goes to your personal e- mail I apologize.
Thank You

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> On Nov 29, 2015, at 5:50 AM, Tony Eyers <tony@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Minor tunes sometimes bring us undone, as vital minor key notes are missing from the standard 2nd position moves most players use.
> This is where 4th position comes in. The missing minor key notes are there, along with some new challenges. I outlined these a while back in a Harmonica World Magazine article, reproduced at
> Tony Eyers
> Australia
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