Robin Harrison Posted November 5, 2009 Share Posted November 5, 2009 I was going to add this to Michael Sam Wild's topic, Anglo Accompaniment but think it is interesting enough to have it's own topic. Anglo Irishman posted this..... the key of the middle row IMO offers the easiest and most interesting arrangements I wonder if this is true ? It is cetainly true for me at the moment due to my greater familiarity of the middle row......... I haven't spent as much time using the inner row. I aspire (and perspire) to be as adept on the inner row as I am on the middle row. Is anything missing from the inner row to prevent one from doing on the inner row what one does on the middle row? ( I play a 38 keyed instrument) Is it just lack of ability ( or practise ) or a limitation of the instrument? Cheers Robin Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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