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Improvising Blues Harmonica (Bk/Cd)
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Harmonica
Composer Barrett, David
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Series School Of The Blues

Price: $19.95

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Catalog #20943BCD

UPC code: 9780786673216

Improvising Blues Harmonica, by authors David Barrett and John Garcia, is a gr oundbreaking method explaining the mysterious world of improvising. This book and recording cover: chorus forms; what licks, riffs, melodies and phrases ar e made of; scale and chord theory; concepts for soloing (focus notes); phrase shaping; accompaniment playing; hooks, heads and bridges; elements that add un ity to an instrumental; instrumental song analysis; learning solos note for no te and retaining licks. Concepts in this material have been proven over a dec ade of private lessons and workshops held around the world. If you are lookin g to go the next step in your soloing skills, this material will take you ther e. For intermediate and advanced blues harmonica players. Recording uses C and A major diato

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