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Rock N' Blues Harmonica: A Beginner's Guide to Jamming

Rock N' Blues Harmonica: A Beginner's Guide to Jamming

by Jon Gindick

Editeur : Cross Harp Press
ISBN: 9780930948122
Broché: 225
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Taille du fichier: 6 Mb
Date d'affichage: 2020-07-07
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<p> <b>Review</b></p> <p> This beginning harmonica player's guide to jamming appears in a new edition to provide the basics of rock and blues harmonica styles and cycles to follow which teach various riffs and approaches. Easily-understood scale drawings require little in the way of prior technical musical knowledge, while the basics are imparted in a chatty tone which assumes no prior harmonica experience. The result is a classic harmonica instruction book which is simple and easy to understand. In Rock n' Blues Harmonica, master teacher Jon Gindick uses story-telling to teach you the harp in ways that allow you to get really good, really quickly! You'll learn the basics of music theory and the I-IV-V chord progression from Adam and Eve in "The Night Music Was Discovered". You'll meet the first rock n' blues band in the prehistoric world (Stone and the Cave Boys) and learn harmonica chord cycles, single notes, bending, blues cycles, jamming with guitar -- and more riffs than you thought possible to play. You'll travel down to the old bus station and meet Hubie, a mysterious musician/philosopher, and learn the secrets of amplified harp, blues chromatic, position playing, overblows, overdraws, tongue-blocking, headshaking -- and pulling off a solo that will get your audience off its feet and dancing. From raw beginners to struggling intermediates, this "user friendly", highly informative love song to jamming and the blues will get you wailing the harp beyond your wildest dreams. Rock n' Blues Harmonica is quite simply the best blues harmonica "how-to" book available to aspiring harmonica players available today. -- <i>Midwest Book Review</i></p>