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Everything Harmonica Book: Learn the Basics and Play Your Favorite Songs (Everything)by Douglas Lichterman
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From the top of the pop charts to TV, film, and radio scores (not to mention even your grandpappy's rocking chair), harmonica music is all around us. The Everything Harmonica Book with CD makes learning how to play the harmonica fun and easy. Practice with straightforward, step-by-step instructions and entertaining exercises. In no time, you'll be showcasing your skills for the most widely played instrument in the United States
Written by three professional musicians, this book provides you with the tools for success, including: Steps to master the basics and simple songsInspiring examples to help you complete challenging exercisesImprovisation tips and techniquesThe history of the harmonica and its importance in popular musicThe colorful personalities and great recordings of its master playersThis guide is perfect for your specific level, whether you're a beginner or an established musician. The Everything Harmonica Book with CD will inspire you to create your own unique compositions from one tiny instrument.
Douglas Lichterman is a musician, author, and music educator. In the 1970s, he was a founding member of the rock band Windows, which opened for many of the top bands of the time, including the Jefferson Starship and Jerry Garcia. Mr. Lichterman is a coauthor of The About.com Guide to Acoustic Guitar. He lives in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Blake Brocksmith is a founding member of the band 8Ball, and he has worked as a side man for several recording artists, including Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. He lives in New York.
Gary Dorfman is the chief engineer at Batcave Recording, working with nationally known artists including Rob Zombie, Kenny Garrett, and The Strokes. Mr. Dorfman lives in New York.
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