Oh, well, if this is the share your music thread ...
Let me just say, it's very very long, and if you're not on a fast connection, you probably want to skip it. It also, incidentally, almost entirely sucks. I talk way too much, my playing was off that day, and really, I might do it over. One thing I should do is break it up into smaller files.
Anyway, all that having been said, if you've ever wanted to hear Jew's harps from all over the world, along with a bunch of pointless ramblings, some of them are even about the Jew's harp!, then this is for you. It's mp3, and about an hour long. 50some megs, I think. My first try at this, so eh. I was just sitting around one day and decided to do it. I don't play a Tuvan khomus, even though I own two of them, but I do play a Tuvan tune, what's the name of that one anyway?, and I do play a khomus from Sakha, right at the very end.
Oh, in case anybody actually does do podcast things, I'm told this actually works like a podcast, because of the blog software I use. For those of you who don't, you can just download the huge mp3.
I'll happily accept constructive criticism, especially if you have thoughts on how I might improve my playing technique, either in technical terms or in relation to my interpretation of the music. Seriously, you're some of the few people I know who not only play the instrument, but are often far better at it than I am. So if you have anything, start a new thread or something. I'm looking at this as a learning experience. Even though this wasn't my best playing by any means, I'll still take it. Heh, can you see why the thing's an hour long? Good gods I can ramble on.
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