Yakut Khomus (Vargan, Jews Harp) “Mammoth” By Revoriy Chemchoev With Case

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Many playing techniques produce sound effects that influence both melody and rhythm. The number of possible sound effects may be unlimited. It is worth just to try out and discover ever new effects. Especially the tongue is a very talented organ. In the following some suggestions.
Amongst all the thousands of trial documents recorded in England and Scotland between 1590 and 1825, twenty-four trials have the distinction of mentioning the musical instrument known as the Jew’s harp or Jew’s trump (often simply ‘trump’, especially in modern Scottish usage) (Figure 1). Three specifically give the names of players on the instrument, the first players of the Jew’s harp whom we can identify; in four the instrument itself provides evidence in the trial; and the remainder include references to locations in London which comprise either drinking establishments or thoroughfares called the Jew’s Harp House, Jew’s Harp Tavern, or Jew’s Harp Court.
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Jaw harp is a 20th century creation. It was first suggested as an origin of Jew’s harp as pure conjecture – there is no evidence of that name ever being used in common parlance before then. From that point, several different music historians indulged in sloppier and sloppier research, until jaw harp as an origin progressed from baseless conjecture to absolute “truth”.
12. If I go out. A popular Russian folk song. A high jew’s harp in C was used for highlighting the dance character of the tune. Jaw harp is simply inaccurate – one does not play it using one’s jaw. To get more sound: Bring your lips around the harp so that they touch the metal frame but not the twanger. This will help focus the sound.
Just plucking the reed, and not shaping” my mouth any special way, it’s about an F# 2, 91.4 Hz. I can get interesting sounds both blowing and drawing air through it as i pluck away, it responds very well to this technique. I have no basis for comparision, since the snoopy harp was an epic fail, but i think this is fairly loud, but not so bad you’ll drive your spouse and dogs crazy with it. It gets quite a bit louder when you draw or blow air through it and drop down your tongue, making your mouth big inside, some of the techniques I learned on youtube.
Percy Aldridge Grainger (born George Percy Grainger; 8 July 1882 – 20 February 1961) was an Australian-born composer, arranger and pianist who lived in the United States from 1914 on and became a citizen in 1918. In the course of a long and innovative career, he played a prominent role in the revival of interest in British folk music in the early years of the 20th century. Although much of his work was experimental and unusual, the piece with which he is most generally associated is his piano arrangement of the folk-dance tune ” Country Gardens “.
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