[Harp-L] Ode to Joy revisited
Tue Apr 17 14:41:04 EDT 2018
"Harping On" wrote:
<Thanks for the feedback.
<Ode to joy:-
That's one of the better attempts I've heard. That said, the difference in
attacks between the bent and unbent tones is noticeable, and becomes more
so with repetition. I don't think it would work very well in concert
performance in front of classical music aficionados, though they might
enjoy the novelty of it.
I'd just tune the blow 3 reed up a whole step and be done with it. Some
things are easier than others. Playing a note that's designed and built
into the instrument is generally one of the easier things.
Regards, Richard Hunter
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