[Harp-L] I will wait by Mumford and sons harp tab?
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- Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2016 11:51:40 -0000
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Hi, just taken a look at that horn sound part on the song intro and it goes like this:-
+4-3+4-5+5-4 played twice
The studio version seems to be in the awkward key of C#/Db which means you'd need a C# harp to play along in tune in 1st position. However they seem to play it in the key of C on live performances so you can use a C harp to play along with the live version.
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