The 50th percentile harpist

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    unknown-user on #111293

    Okay, so we have a “Best Harpist” and “Worst Harpist” thread. Now we need to know which harpist demonstrates a level of skill the lands him/her precisely at the 50th percentile of all harpists in the world. :o) Who is this person? Only one person can hold this slot and is therefore unique among all other “average” harpists. This person is special because he/she has the most balanced vantage point of harp playing and most singularly represents “harpists” overall. Is it first year harp major? Or are the numbers of beginning harpists increasing to the point that this person is someone who has studied for say, three years? Anyone out there think that he/she may perhaps be this person?

    Have at it! :oP

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    Christian Frederick on #111294

    I nominate Saul.

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    unknown-user on #111295

    I was just about to say that.

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    unknown-user on #111296

    Fooey :o(

    New rule to keep it silly – a person can only nominate him/herself. At any rate, there would be no shame in being average.

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    unknown-user on #111297

    Not telling.

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    unknown-user on #111298

    I am proud to be middlebrow.

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    unknown-user on #111299

    I’d say that most of us out there are the every-day-garden-variety gigging harpists that get the occassional really amazingly amazing gig, and the rest of the time we do what we can to

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    unknown-user on #111300

    I certainly feel like I am working at 50% of my full capacity when I am practicing, at least 50% of the time. Does that add up to 100%?

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    tony-morosco on #111301

    “I certainly feel like I am working at 50% of my full capacity when I am practicing, at least 50% of the time. Does that add up to 100%? “

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