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Hal Leonard Harmonica Method
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Harmonica
Composer Holman, Joe
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp

Price: $12.95

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #00841285

UPC code: 073999956719

This terrific method book/CD pack specific to the diatonic harmonica covers all six positions! It contains more than 20 songs and musical examples that take beginners from the basics on through to the most advanced techniques available for the contemporary harmonica player. Each section contains appropriate songs and exercises (demonstrated on the CD) that enable the player to quickly learn the various concepts presented. Every aspect of this versatile musical instrument is explored and explained in easy-to-understand detail with illustrations. Includes information on: posture, breathing, hand positions, music reading, vibrato, playing amplified harmonica with a mic, note-bending, modes and more! Musical styles covered include traditional, blues, country and folk, with convenient cross-references to other Hal Leonard harmonica publications.

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