[Harp-L] All this Positions and Modes stuff
Tue Oct 30 15:59:43 EDT 2018
"The only problem I have with this subject is that I know several people who can elucidate on and on about positions, modes, scales, structures. Mixolodian, Fridgedaireian,
Acrophobian, etc., but they can’t play. I mean, ok, yeah, they can play but they don’t ‘have it’. In an effort to not be too uncharitable I hesitate to use the word boring, so I will try bland. Sometimes I think players pay too much attention to the hole and not the donut. "
This is true this often happens. But I'm not sure this is the case in this thread.
To talk about the ones I know (sorry for the other ones), David Herzhaft and Jérôme Peyrelevade music is at the same time elaborated, well played and inspired.
It might please you or not of course (matter of taste), but they do produce good music.
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