Re: [Harp-L] Essential listening
It is in C minor and heâs using a Ab harp in 5th positionâ
What I absolutely love is the sound /tone..heâs a trombone player and the first notes are really like a trombone.
Iâve listened to the song many times but still love itâ !!
kindest regards, met vriendelijke groeten,
> Op 21 apr. 2016, om 21:16 heeft Joseph Leone <3N037@xxxxxxxxxxx> het volgende geschreven:
> On Apr 21, 2016, at 12:39 PM, Rick Dempster wrote:
>> I have something of a problem with 'modern' jazz,
> Actually this is still progressive. Not yet quite up to 'space cadet'. It had a head , several improv sections..in fact ALL harp and no other instruments, but it comes back to the
> head on the tail out.
>> A lot of it sounds like
>> wank to me (look that up in Australian slang if you don't get it) But David
>> Therault's "The Deb" does it for me. I have the skills to imitate what he
>> is playing, but only as a parrot.
> Nothing wrong with that. I thought it was spectacular.
>> I don't really understand what is
>> happening here. Is this a "blues"? (it's not "The Blues") ie a twelve bar
>> that goes, basically I-IV-I-V-I (with maybe an implied VI-II-V-I in there
> It 'could' be a blues..if played slower. The basics are there.
>> ?Is it in a minor key, or major key? Is it in E major?
> Sounds like CM to me. For chord changes you need a expert on that one. I play it along with a B3 player, but I use a chromo. lol.
>> It's a
>> bit esoteric for me.What are the chord changes here?
>> PS Smojoe - help!
>> On 18 April 2016 at 15:52, Rick Dempster <rickdempster33@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Oh yes! Thanks for reminding me. This is an outstanding diatonic
>>> On 18 April 2016 at 12:31, <bad_hat@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Magic Dave Therault, The Deb
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