By Peter Gelling
Particularly designed for college students who desire to play Blues Harmonica, both in a bunch or for enjoyable. The emphasis is on making tune instantly. contains notice bending, teach whistle and rhythm sounds, vibrato and improvisation.
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10 Easy Lessons - Blues Harmonica (10 Easy Lessons Learn to Play) by Peter Gelling