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You Can Teach Yourself Harmonica
DVD-John Sebastian Teaches Blues Harmonica
One of the most popular harmonica players of our time teaches all the basics in this friendly, jam-along lesson: how to hold the instrument and find the blues notes, then add vibrato, note-bending, wah-wahs, tonguing, rhythm playing, train effects and...
You Can Teach Yourself Harmonica
You Can Teach Yourself Harmonica by George Heaps-Nelson & Barbara Koehler. For Harmonica (Diatonic). Squareback saddle-stitched, Methods. You Can Teach Yourself. All Styles. Beginning. Book/CD Set. 136 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.94303BCD).
ISBN 9780786657728. All Styles. 8.75 x 11.75 inches.
A wonderful, easy-to-understand beginning harmonica book for both folk and blues harmonica stylings. Several different styles are analyzed and representive tunes are given in each style. With the various sections the songs are roughly graded as to difficulty.
An extra section examines some specialized techniques and introduces some harmonicas other than the standard ten-hole-twenty-reed diatonic harp (in the key of C) for which most of the songs in this book are written. All together, 41 harmonica arrangements are included.
Lessons on the companion video are taught by Phil Duncan.
Easiest Harmonica Book
Easiest Harmonica Book by William Bay. For Harmonica (Diatonic). Saddle-stitched, Solos. Easiest. Folk. Beginning. Book. 20 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.94411).
ISBN 9780871669827. Folk. 8.75 x 11.75 inches.
A step-by-step method for playing harmonica solos. The format is simple and visually attractive. Through graded lessons, the student is taught how to find and play the individual notes on the diatonic harmonica, as well as learning to read simple musical notation. Includes a diatonic note chart. The songs include chords for accompaniment.
How to Play the Harmonica (Diatonic or Chromatic)
How to Play the Harmonica (Diatonic or Chromatic) (Combines Step-by-Step Instruction with Practice Songs and Reference Information on Blues & Rock Harmonica (Handy Guide)). By Steven Manus. For Harmonica. Method/Instruction; Miscellaneous Instrument - Harmonica. Book. 48 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.284).
This practical book explains all the basics of good harmonica playing for both chromatic and diatonic harmonicas. Step-by-step instruction is combined with practice songs and reference information on blues and rock harmonica to give you a well-balanced knowledge of the harmonica. In addition to learning to hold the harmonica and how to read music, information is included on the 12-bar blues, "straight harp," and "cross harp."
Rock 'N' Blues Harmonica
Rock 'N' Blues Harmonica for Harmonica (Harmonica). Music Sales America. Instructional and Blues. Instructional book and instructional/examples CD. Instructional text and illustrations. 226 pages. Music Sales #CS10116. Published by Music Sales (HL.14027563).
ISBN 0930948106. With instructional text and illustrations. Instructional and Blues. 9x12 inches.
NOT AN INSTANT HARMONICA BOOK! One of the most complete harmonica books ever. Rock n' Blues harmonica teaches uses fact, fiction, illustration and notation to teach Music theory 101, chord progressions, puckering, tongueblocking, octaves, tongue-slaps, headshakes, vibrato, bends, overblows, secrets of great tone, and much more. B/w photos.
Complete 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica Series: G Harmonica Book
Complete 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica Series: G Harmonica Book by Jim Major. For Harmonica (Diatonic). Saddle-stitched, Methods. Complete Diatonic Harmonica Series. Acoustic Music. Beginning. Book. 48 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.20517).
ISBN 9780786617722. Acoustic Music. 8.5 x 11 inches.
Finally! There is a definitive reference guide available for harmonicas in each and every key. This ground breaking series unlocks the musical power of the 10-hole major diatonic harmonica. One key at a time, each is designed to present detailed musical information for beginners, intermediate and advanced players who are either music readers or non-reading players. Learn the notes, intervals, bends, overbends, dyads, chords, arpeggios, modes and scales that are specific to each harmonica key. There is also a special section in each book showing other types of diatonic harmonicas and the variations unique to them x like extreme bending, low-tuned, octave and tremolo-tuned models and more.
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