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Method for Chromatic Harmonica


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Method for Chromatic Harmonica

Jazz harmonicist Max De Aloe first devised this method for learning chromatic harmonica to meet the needs of his own students. Unable to find a suitable method book, he put together his own teaching tools, which included an in-depth study of harmonica, as well as notation, both of which are not commonly found in harmonica method books. It begins with the basics of playing and holding the harmonica, and by the end of the book, he introduces arpeggios and basic chords. The included CD demonstrates many of the exercises in the book.

Method for Chromatic Harmonica, by Max De Aloe, Sher Music Co., Petaluma, CA.

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