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Learning To Blow A single Note Harmonica Lesson

Nail A Single Note Harmonica Lesson

This Harmonica lesson for beginners shows you how to make a single note on the harmonica. This is the first ordeal for the would be harmonica player. Watch this video and with a little patience you can be blowing a single note in no time at all.

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Harmonica Set For Beginners

Why You Need A Harmonica Set

A begining harmonica player who has mastered the nack of nailing a single note now needs a harmonica set. Chances are you already have a diatonic harmonica in the key of ‘C’. Whilst there are advanced players who can get a full chromatic scale out of one ‘C’ harmonica this requires a lot of skill and is generally impractical, but for a modest outlay compared to buying any other form of instrument …

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Jamming To Wish You Were Here In First Position G Harmonica

First Position Jamming Can Be Entertaining ….

When starting out on the harmonica it pays to practise jamming to a diverse number of classics. So many beginners give up in frustration because they cannot bend a note and the harmonica is put down as one of those I tried it once experiences. Alternatively they manage a couple of bends after a while and get bored of everything sounding samey ‘da da da duh’ followed by ‘Woke up this morning… etc.’. Also they hear the perfection of ‘Blues’ or ‘Country’ harmonica masters and despair of ever being or sounding original. Here is the inspirational cure.

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  • Big Road Blues Show 10/26/14: Mix Show & More
    Show Notes:  Last week our feature was on Post-War Black String Bands but due to our pledge drive we ran of time to include all the tracks I intended to play. Today we open up with those tracks with background information to be found on the notes for last week's program. The rest of the show […]
  • Big Road Blues Show 10/19/14: Raise a Ruckus Tonight – Post-War Black String Bands
    Show Notes: *Due to the pledge drive several tracks (marked with an asterisk) were not played today. We will play these tracks on next week's program. As collector Marshall Wyatt wrote, “the violin once held center stage in the rich pageant of vernacular music that evolved in the American South… and the fiddle held sway […]
  • Big Road Blues Show 10/12/14: I Was Born In A Lion's Den, Raised On A Smokin' Forty Five – Doctor Clayton & His Buddies
    Show Notes:  My buddy my buddy Doctor Clayton, he has been here and gone But you know he waved his hand, and told me to carry on We used to drink gin, beer and whiskey, and walk together all night long But now he has passed away, and told me to carry on (Willie "Long […]
  • Big Road Blues Show 10/5/14: Mix Show
    Show Notes We have a fine mix show lined up for the first week of October. We spotlight several albums including two sets from the new CD that accompanies record collector John Tefteller's new blues calendar, several fine sides featuring fiddler Butch Cage and friends from two long-out-of-print LP's and a set of jump blues from a […]
  • Big Road Blues Show 9/21/14: Take A Little Walk with Me – Mississippi Blues Pt. 5
    Show Notes: Today's show is the fifth in a series of shows devoted to great early Mississippi blues artists. The bulk of the artists are relatively well known and on today's show we capture the recordings they made at the start of their career.  Mississippi produced some of the most powerful blues singers and guitarists […]