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Blues harmonica for dummies, by Winslow Yerxa, (electronic resource)

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Blues harmonica for dummies
Title
Blues harmonica for dummies
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by Winslow Yerxa
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eng
Summary
The fun and easy way to play blues on the harmonicaBlues harmonica is the most popular and influential style of harmonica playing, and it forms the basis for playing harmonica in other styles such as rock and country. Blues Harmonica for Dummies gives you a wealth of content devoted to the blues approach--specific techniques and applications, including bending and making your notes sound richer and fuller with tongue-blocked enhancements; use of amplification to develop a blues sound; blues licks and riffs; constructing a blues harmonica solo; accompanying singers; historical development of blu
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EBLCP
Dewey number
788.821
Index
no index present
LC call number
MT682.8
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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EBSCO eBooks
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adult
Blues harmonica for dummies, by Winslow Yerxa, (electronic resource)
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Blues harmonica for dummies, by Winslow Yerxa, (electronic resource)
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Contents
  • Blues Harmonica For Dummies┬«; Contents at a Glance; Table of Contents; Introduction; About This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; What You're Not to Read; Foolish Assumptions; How This Book Is Organized; Icons Used in This Book; Where to Go from Here; Part I: So You Wanna Play Blues Harmonica?; Chapter 1: Connecting with the Blues; What the Blues Is All About; Why the Harmonica Is Cool All on Its Own; What It Takes to Get Started; Digging in on Blues Harmonica: Getting Your Playing Going; Chapter 2: Getting Your Harmonicas Together; Finding Good Harmonicas for Playing Blues
  • Acquiring the Most Useful Keys and Types of HarmonicaOrganizing and Protecting Your Harmonicas; Keeping Your Harmonicas in Good Working Order; Chapter 3: Deciphering the Code: A Blues Guide to Music Symbols; Getting to Know the Shorthand of Harmonica Tab; Understanding Musical Time; The ABCs of Melody and Harmony; Shaping Musical Statements; Communicating with Other Musicians; Part II: Doin' the Crawl: Your First Harmonica Moves; Chapter 4: Breathing Life into the Harmonica; Preparing Your Body and Your Mind; Adding the Harmonica; Making Your First Musical Sounds
  • Chapter 5: Moving Around with Single NotesIsolating a Single Note with Your Lips; Singling Out a Note with Your Tongue; Making Your First Moves; Playing Your First Blues Phrases; Chapter 6: Creating Blues Harmonica Licks and Riffs; Combining Breath Changes and Hole Changes; Getting Acquainted with Licks and Riffs; Building Licks and Riffs with Pathways; Chapter 7: Progressing Through the 12-Bar Blues; The Three Parts of 12-Bar Blues; Relating Each Part of the Verse to the Harmonica's Chords; Shaping Your Statements in 12-Bar Blues; Part III: Beyond the Basics: Getting Bluesy
  • Chapter 8: Working with the Low and High Registers of the HarmonicaGetting Low and High Notes to Sound Clearly; Unlocking the Power of the Low Register; Demystifying the High Register; Chapter 9: Modulating and Punctuating Your Sound; Starting and Stopping Notes with Articulation; Making Vowel Sounds; Undulating Your Sound with Vibrato; Chapter 10: Enriching Your Sound with Textures; Playing Warbles and Shakes; Mastering Tongue Action; Chapter 11: Bending Notes: A Classic Part of the Blues Sound; Acquiring the Knack; Moving to and from Bent Notes; Mapping All the Bends
  • Playing Your Bends in TuneBending in the Low Register; Bending in the High Register; Bending on the Chromatic; Bending Notes Up with Overblows and Overdraws; Part IV: Developing Your Style; Chapter 12: Playing in Different Keys on a Single Harmonica; Introducing the Position Concept; An Overview of First, Second, and Third Positions; Chapter 13: Working Your Blues Chops in First Position; Relating First Position to theThree Chords of the Blues; Navigating the Three Registersin First Position; Bearing Down on Blue Notes andBendable Notes in First Position;Exploring Pathways to First-PositionLicks and Riffs
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