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A song of India. 8 months 1 week ago #10094

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A song of India. 8 months 1 week ago #10099

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Good one, Harpoman. One piece of advice I often read from the harmonica teachers, is breath the notes rather than blowing them. I noticed your cheeks moving like bellows. Have you tried softer breathing the notes? It saves a lot of air.
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A song of India. 8 months 1 week ago #10103

Some of my cheeks go in and out because I'm controlling the air flow. I couldn't get any lower if I tried. lol It was a hard song really. It had soft and loud notes built into the song. Reading music now so I go by that.
Thank you anyway.

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A song of India. 8 months 1 week ago #10109

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Dezzy is right Harpoman, it appeared to me that you were attacking the music instead of feeling it.It might help if you didn't play too loud.I am not conversant with the tune,unless I am getting mixed up.Although I do commend you on reading from the music.I wish I could at times.However if I could,I wouldn't be able to put my little abbreviations into it.Eric.

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A song of India. 8 months 1 week ago #10113



I listen to this guy. He is so good.

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A song of India. 8 months 1 week ago #10118

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Nice tune, Harpoman. :)

If I might suggest, try to get a bit more musicality into your playing.
Please don't take this as a criticism, just that it sounded like it was all the right notes, but lacked a bit of feeling.

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