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Teach Yourself To Play Harmonica

Teach Yourself To Play Harmonica

Voicing/Format Software
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Permanently Out of Print

Catalog #17149

UPC code: 038081169774

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Teach Yourself To Play Harmonica For Software. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (17149)

Learn to play piano and open up a brand new world of musical knowledge with th is exciting method from Alfred. This easy-to-use CD-ROM uses the same great st ep-by-step approach as the best-selling book in a fun, interactive audio/visua l format. Beginners of all ages will learn the notes on the entire keyboard, h ow to form the most important scales and chords, all the basic rhythms, and ho w to play expressively with feeling. Exercises and finger aerobics reinforce t echnique as you follow along with music right on your screen. The interactive song player lets you see how the music should be played, change tempos, adjust audio levels, and record your performance.Be your own teacher, and let Alfred be your resource every step of the way.

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