[Harp-L] Stevie Wonder FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE
Sat Sep 19 09:54:35 EDT 2020
Not 4 and 5 draw, I meant 3nad 4 draw. No coffee yet.
On Sat, Sep 19, 2020 at 8:52 AM Michael Rubin <
michaelrubinharmonica at xxxxx> wrote:
> It's cool with me to call something a half step trill, but isn't a whole
> step distance implied within the word trill? As far as I know you can only
> trill by shaking between 4 and 5 draw (and their higher octave repeats) on
> a chrome and 6 and 7 draw on a diatonic. "Trilling" a half step isn't
> really trilling, it's something else. I call moving between 2 notes
> rapidly by repeatedly pushing the button in and out a "flourish", but
> that's my own term and has no basis in classical music terminology.
> On Sat, Sep 19, 2020 at 8:40 AM Slim Heilpern <slim at xxxxx> wrote:
>> I know this solo well, not sure what trill you're talking about. The solo
>> is definitely in F#, lays out perfectly in that key, no whole step trills.
>> There is definitely a half step G to G# trill.
>> - Slim
>> > On Sep 19, 2020, at 3:31 AM, Robert Hale <ynfdwas at xxxxx> wrote:
>> > Stevie Wonder FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE many pros play it and tab it as a
>> > half-step slide, but I hear a whole step trill.
>> > Slowing it down and isolating it, I am sure of it.
>> > The recording is in F#, but that whole step trill can only occur between
>> > Draw holes 3 and 4, putting it in the Key of G, or G# with slide in.
>> > What's your call?
>> > Thank you, from Mesa, Arizona USA
>> > Robert Hale
>> > RobertHaleMusic.com
>> > Robert at xxxxx
>> > 480-720-8897
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