[Harp-L] Positions Modes and the Harp_L List.
Sat Oct 27 18:48:13 EDT 2018
I look forward to viewing a demonstration of what you learned.
> On Oct 27, 2018, at 2:57 PM, The Iceman <icemanle at xxxxx> wrote:
> What you listed is the ability of folk who have or learn to have perfect pitch and is totally doable through the course offered.
> Apparently you haven't experienced his Perfect Pitch course because your definition of "seem to be" is incorrect.
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> From: Arthur Jennings <arturojennings at xxxxx>
> To: The Iceman <icemanle at xxxxx>
> Cc: amaccana <amaccana at xxxxx>; harp-l <harp-l at xxxxx>
> Sent: Sat, Oct 27, 2018 2:06 pm
> Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Positions Modes and the Harp_L List.
> David Lucas Burge's courses seem to be based on memorizing specific pitches one at a time. Even if that worked, it isn't absolute pitch. People with absolute pitch can:
> Identify by name individual pitches (e.g. F♯, A, G, C) played on various instruments.
> Name the key of a given piece of tonal music.
> Reproduce a piece of tonal music in the correct key days after hearing it.
> Identify and name all the tones of a given chord or other tonal mass.
> Accurately sing a named pitch.
> Name the pitches of common everyday sounds such as car horns and alarms.
> Name the frequency of a pitch (e.g. that G♯4 is 415Hz) after hearing it.
> all without referring to a reference tone, given or memorized.
> This is what children with absolute pitch can do:
> If anyone learned to do this as an adult, post a similar video.
> On Oct 27, 2018, at 10:32 AM, The Iceman via Harp-L <harp-l at xxxxx> wrote:
> David Lucas Burge
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