Advice needed

Posted In: Amateur Harpists

  • Participant
    ruth-harper on #157026

    I’ve recently started to play an arrangement of “Consolation” in B flat (g minor) but must retune four E strings to E flat since I don’t have full levers.

    Participant
    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #157027

    I have never had trouble with strings breaking from retuning a half-step on a lever harp. Nylon strings are the most flexible, in that way.

    “There’s no such thing as a wrong note, if it played right; but a right note may be played wrong.”

    Participant
    ruth-harper on #157028

    Thank you, Saul

    God bless – PTL

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    When you learn a new tune, you have a friend for life – Melody

    Participant
    ruth-harper on #157029

    I have transposed this music to G so no longer need to retune the E strings.

    Participant
    ruth-harper on #157030

    Oops – its now in B minor – not G.

    God bless – PTL

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    When you learn a new tune, you have friend for life – Melody

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