In the bridge to the last section of the Symphonic Dances from Fiddler on the Roof by Jerry Bock arranged by Ira Hearshen there are four bars of harmonics 217 - 220. The last two make sense to me: first finger on C on the A string (i.e. first finger in 2nd position) and then lightly touch the fourth finger where it would sound an F if pressed, and the resulting harmonic sounds as a high C. But the previous two duplicated bars are a bit of a mystery to me. Here's my guess: it's a chord (which we could split between us on the orchestral desk) with the bottom note a straightforward B natural (i.e. first position first finger on the A string) and the higher note a harmonic on the E string where the fourth finger would sound a B natural were it pressed right onto the finger board (which will sound a B natural an octave above as a harmonic). I've looked up the section on string harmonics in Behind Bars but I am still confused. If this is an artificial harmonic then (1) it is a heck of a stretch, and (2) why isn't the note that sounds written in in brackets as it is in the following bars?