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The Complete Harmonica Player (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Harmonica
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Stuart Son Maxwell
Publisher Amsco Publications
Catalog # 14033223

Price: $9.95

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The Complete Harmonica Player (Bk/Cd) Composed by Stuart Son Maxwell. For Harmonica. Published by Amsco Publications. (Catalog # 14033223, UPC: 752187977438)

A revised edition of the ever-popular introduction to blues, country and folk harmonica, taught from the very basics. Learn simple tunes and chords, slowly building your abilities up to note-bending and vibrato. Discover the key elements in the playing styles of harmonica heroes such as Bob Dylan, Sonny Boy Williamson and John Mayall.

Contents: Amazing Grace • Bar Room Boogie • Bendy Blues Run • Blue Note Wail • Bonnie's Waltz • Country Jump • Just Like Bob • Saint James Infirmary • Saints' Swing in C • Saints' Swing in G • The Yellow Rose of Texas • Train Blues.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZING GRACE EXCELL/HAWKINS/NEWTO  
BAR ROOM BOOGIE MAXWELL,STUART SON  
BENDY BLUES RUN MAXWELL,STUART SON  
BLUE NOTE WAIL MAXWELL,STUART SON  
BONNIE'S WALTZ MAXWELL,STUART SON  
COUNTRY JUMP MAXWELL,STUART SON  
JUST LIKE BOB MAXWELL,STUART SON  
SAINTS' SWING IN C MAXWELL,STUART SON  
SAINTS' SWING IN G MAXWELL,STUART SON  
ST. JAMES INFIRMARY (A GAMBLER'S BLUES) PRIMROSE,JOE  
STU'S FOX CHASE MAXWELL,STUART SON  
TRAIN BLUES MAXWELL,STUART SON  
YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS MAXWELL,STUART SON  
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