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  1. Re: NMC rare relic (re-purposed autoharp body)

    Well, I guess it goes without saying (but I'll say it anyway since this is a sporting thread) - those aren't rare, authentic Barbie Edwards mandolins ... and will no doubt limit your astral...
  2. Re: NMC rare relic (re-purposed autoharp body)

    :)
  3. Re: NMC rare relic (re-purposed autoharp body)

    1 disused vintage RB a-harp ... $75

    Remove chording apparatus ... $0

    Fill screw holes, apply wht lacquer, stickers... $10


    Holy blessing ... $715
  4. Re: NMC rare relic (re-purposed autoharp body)

    Oh by all means, yes. I use harps, zithers and such in my own therapeutic work.

    This, however, I would say is a bit of a reach (mea culpa: it doesnt actually say in the description it was touched...
  5. NMC rare relic (re-purposed autoharp body)

    ...apparently touched by the hand of god.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Authentic-Barbie-Edwards-Angelic-Therapy-Harp-Case-Zither/193249205423?hash=item2cfe8cdcaf:g:UUAAAOSwKtBdw9EE

    NFI
  6. Thread: Improvising

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    Re: Improvising

    Oops I totally lost my post about leroy jenkins - I have no idea what just happened.

    Oh well - it's nice to have a holiday jazz thread. Here's a good one I've been listening to - some of my...
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    Re: Natural talent vs practice

    ...oops - which anyone can do. All these vids and all are trying to get you to do it. I have a strong compulsion also to encourage this...just another neuroticism :)
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    Re: Natural talent vs practice

    The "moving image of eternity"?

    *sorry for getting carried away on the side here. I would boil it down, for myself, as simply obsessed with beauty, and the practice of expanding my perception -...
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    Re: Natural talent vs practice

    Ya mpc acquisition is popular among reedists - on that point maestro wouldn't have differed from most sax players ..

    Here's one more if the ted talk guy wasn't provocative enough ;) .. my...
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    Re: Natural talent vs practice

    What do you think about this? (caution some profanity and english humor) https://youtu.be/QUUFb-1hBtw
  11. Thread: NMC harp

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    Re: NMC harp

    Ya but still less squeaky than a mandolin! ;)
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    Re: Natural talent vs practice

    Over my life I've worked and played in the field of psychology, and I like to muse a little over terms. "Talent," aptitude and so forth seems at least to be a disposition - a sensitivity (response)...
  13. Thread: NMC harp

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    Re: NMC harp

    Eh, someone started the bidding so it's not available for sale now. Glad to see someone's going to grab it.
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    Re: Viva charango!

    No I've got a nice one-piece, solid-headstock Zambrano - Peruvian IIRC.

    Armadillo shell-constructed ones tend to deform over time - not the best material for longevity. (To further confuse...
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    Re: Natural talent vs practice

    I can comment a bit on the "listening" piece.

    I'm an okay player of instruments, but my most prolific talent, I'm sure, is listening. I was turned on to lifting (emulating, copying, transcribing)...
  16. Thread: NMC harp

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    NMC harp

    So I'm tempted to buy this wee harp. Probably won't (I play a different type) and would love someone else to. Glen does lovely work and I'll bet this is very resonant small harp.
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    Re: Viva charango!

    Many thanks and cheers and roebuck! ~o) I cant open a wine bottle but I can play chrngo!
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    Re: Natural talent vs practice

    Human traits are a wild study. Or, I like to make it a wild study anyway. I mean, love em or hate em we're weird. I got flipped out on art at a relatively late age in my 20s, but man it really...
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    Viva charango!

    On monday I sprained the dickens out of my wrist on a wet bball court. I'm in a big splint and had to cancel a Wednesday job. But today I looked in the corner of the room at my chrngo and aha it...
  20. Re: What's the weirdest MUSICAL thing you've ever done?

    Yes and animals seem to like that "spark" or gleam of steel strings in motion - that jl277 is talking about .. they probably like it more than me, and I love it :mandosmiley: birds too seem to like...
  21. Re: What's the weirdest MUSICAL thing you've ever done?

    Well, 3-4 years ago i did trade for the guzheng and subsequently undertook study of trad chinese music. Compared with western forms, I guess it is a bit weird. Here's an old clip

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    Re: "Refurbished Gibson"

    Thanks Mike - ya I forgot to say "No financial interest" on my part. ;)

    And sorry about that Eric! I realized too late that I should have included lol or something in the title - as it is I'm...
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    Re: "Dark" Fiddle Tunes?

    I've been listening to this Tokso group all day .. I should mention it as others may find it evocative. Kelly Thoma plays Cretan lyra with 10 or more sympathetic strings. This vid (same tune as...
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    "Refurbished Gibson"

    https://pullman.craigslist.org/msg/d/endicott-refurbished-gibson/7018941458.html

    Lol
  25. Re: Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    I'm not a big fan of the show, nor even of CT or mndln (although I do play a bit). But I agree with Brad here - the musical artistry and production is impeccable.

    I've listened on a number of...
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