My version of Stan Jones’ 1948 song, twisted for harp.
A few of the references in the song are specific to harp playing. For non-harpers, the red strings on a harp are C notes and blue strings are Fs. Playing for a while your fingers develop callouses that make it less painful to play.And a glissando (often shortened to “gliss”) is that signature harp sound created by running your finger up or down the strings (famously leading into movie dream sequences).
Celtic harp, Guitar, Banjo, Bass Guitar, Bar Chimes
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