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Old 06-13-2009, 09:07 AM
Malcolm Malcolm is offline
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Originally Posted by RustyAxe View Post
No problem, mate ... cheers. I carry only four harps with me ... G, C, D, A ... that gives me straight harp in these keys, and cross harp in E (with the A), G (with the D), F (with the C), and D (with the G) ...
I think I finally understand cross harp. A and E have only one note difference, also true for G and D, etc. Do you - knowingly - do anything different to sound the off note or just grab the other harp and play "close enough - sliding into the correct note" -- letting your ear tell you to sharp/flat (alter) the off note?

Is it that simple?

Last edited by Malcolm; 06-13-2009 at 04:22 PM.
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