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Anything apart from the two mainstream default harmonicas (Solo-tuned fully-valved chromatic, and un-valved Richter 10-hole diatonic). Alternate tunings, different construction, new functionality, interesting old designs, wishful-thinking... whatever!
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Post by triona » Sat Dec 01, 2018 9:59 pm

I don't know, if there is any thread like this already. If not, then just for a start. To share fine music that fits in here. Maybe the one or the other opens a little discussion - be it about the music and the artist(s), or be it about the instruments used. Anyway, if not so, just enjoy the music. Be free to continue.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JfXuoqXxJ8

The Tony Eyers Trio plays the old time tune "Last of Harris", learnt from the fiddling of Bruce Molsky and Matthias Thedens. Two Seydel Major Cross harmonicas are used: on the right a Session Steel Major Cross harmonica in G, in the middle, an octave lower, an 1847 Classic Low Major Cross harmonica in G. The video shows a key characteristic of Major Cross tuned harmonicas: the ability to play tunes in both high and low registers. More details at https://seydel1847.de/major-cross


Fine done. I really like it. :D
As a trio, it gives an extraordinary sound. I always hear a concertina or alike jammin along.


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triona
Aw, Thou beloved, do hearken to the Banshee's lonely croon!
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1yI3H ... 9ktgzTR2qg

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