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Pop Songs For Harmonica


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Our Price: £9.95    Change Currency
Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Harmonica (HARM)
Catalogue #: AM87044
ISBN: 9780711928299
This Item Earns 18 Musicroom Points

Description

Nineteen classic pop favourites newly arranged for harmonica solo. Includes Blowin' In The Wind, Bye Bye Love and Hey Jude.

Ideal for beginners and players returning to the mouth organ. A great selection of classic pop songs for all music lovers! Contains complete lyrics and guitar chord boxes, so your friends can play and sing along.

Also includes simple hints and tips on:
  • How to hold the harmonica
  • Breath control
  • Notes on the harmonica
  • The C scale



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Customer Rating Good book with some useful songs. All are in, or have been transposed into, the key of C major, so you only need one harmonica, a 10-hole instrument with standard "Richter" tuning. Then the holes to blow and draw match between the "tab" and the instrument.
Neil


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Sales Rank: Not specified
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Format: Mixed Songbook
Length: 60 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Music Sales

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