[Harp-L] How to easily memorize Songs/Licks?

Gary Lehmann gnarlyheman@xxxxx
Sat Oct 15 11:01:44 EDT 2016

Whistling is accomplished by changing the size and shape of the oral cavity.
As I understand it, that is also how bending is achieved when playing
Win win, yes?

On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 12:46 PM, flyingv8 at xxxxx <
flyingv8 at xxxxx> wrote:

>     That is a great idea! My wife laughs because I like to whistle along
> to hard rock lead guitar solos! I am going to be really annoying now!
> Hahahahaha!
> Sent from my LG Mobile
> ------ Original message------From: Larry Sandy via Harp-LDate: Fri, Oct
> 14, 2016 2:39 PMTo: Michelle LeFree;harp-l at xxxxx;Subject:Re:
> [Harp-L] How to easily memorize Songs/Licks?I agree, and have long
> advocated whistling as a means to an end.  Whistling embeds each note
> securely in the memory and once there, always there. Whistling has been in
> my family forever, it seems.  I can still whistle tunes I learned when I
> was three and four years old.  I can also play them on a moments notice
> because they are so soundly ( excuse the pun ) embedded in my 71 years old
> brain.   Besides, whistling is fun, entertaining, always available, and can
> be used when one wants to annoy others.  LOLLarry     On Friday, October
> 14, 2016 8:25 AM, Michelle LeFree  wrote:  Leonard Schwartzberg wrote:> No
> matter how often I practice a song, I don't seem to be able to memorize>
> it...I find that whistling a tune is a great way to internalize it. You can
> do it almost anywhere. Rinse and repeat until you can't get it out of your
> head. Problem solved.    8^)Michelle

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