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Blues Harmonica For Beginners (Bk/Cd)
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Blues Harmonica For Beginners (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Harmonica
Composer Rob Fletcher
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series National Guitar Workshop
Catalog # 17897

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Blues Harmonica For Beginners (Bk/Cd) Composed by Rob Fletcher. For Harmonica. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 17897, UPC: 038081167480)

The For Beginners series is dedicated to the beginning student that wants to d ive right into the style of music they love. Every book is written in a step- by-step manner that allows the student to advance at their own pace. Tablatur e, photos, diagrams and drawings make new concepts or techniques easy to under stand. Written by outstanding performers and educators in each field, this is the beginner's chance to study with the best. Blues Harmonica for Beginners t eaches everything you need to know to start playing the blues. Starting with the basics, like how to hold the instrument correctly and breathe properly, th is book will guide you all the way to playing authentic blues licks. Lessons include tongue blocking, single-note playing, the pucker method, note bending, vibrato, vocal effe

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