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Thursday, April 3, 2014

The Classical Harp (Gotcha!)


George Fields did a lot of recording and redubbing of himself playing all sizes of harmonicas to come up with these interesting and even fun performances.

This LP came out in 1971, and if ever there were an image suitable for the phrase "tight-fittin' jeans," this is it.

Ahem ... back to the music.

01 - Invention No. 10, S.781
02 - "Little" Fugue in G minor, S.578
03 - Invention No. 14, S.785
04 - Sarabande from the Fifth Cello Suite, S.1011
05 - Gavottes I & II from the Third English Suite, S.808
06 - Fugue No. 7, S.876, from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book II
07 - Invention No. 12, S.783
08 - Invention No. 3 & Sinfonia No. 3, S.774 & 789
09 - Invention No. 8 & Sinfonia No. 8, S.779 & 784
10 - Invention No. 13, S.784
11 - Prelude and Fugue No. 22, S.891 from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book II
12 - Invention No. 4, S.775
13 - Sinfonia No. 11, S.797
14 - Bourrees I & II from the Second English Suite, S.807

You can listen to Mr Fields breathe heavily here.

The "Gotcha!" in the post's title is that it's not a stringed harp, but a (slang name for harmonica) "harp" that's being performed on.  (In case somebody did not understand.)

 
 

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