harmonica


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Synonyms for harmonica

a small rectangular free-reed instrument having a row of free reeds set back in air holes and played by blowing into the desired hole

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David Conway taught Pauline the chord bass harmonica, they have appeared with Morecambe and Wise, the Black and White Minstrels, and many top shows plus performing on the Continent and cruising.
The Harmonica Program for Better Breathing was honored by the Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) as a winner of the 2015 Ludwig Community Benefit Award.
The harmonica (known as a French harp or mouth organ) comes with two modes: natural and vibrato, to be used in many musical genres, notably in blues, American folk music, classical music, jazz, country, and rock and roll.
Drawn by the beat-boxed rhythms that accompany their dance, Clayton adds his harmonica melody to the mix and quickly finds himself embroiled in their less-than-sunny subterranean world.
The blues harmonica virtuoso's cause of death was pneumonia, according to Marc Lipkin, the director of publicity at Alligator Records, the New York Times reported.
Toots Thielemans was one of the world's most famous harmonica players in a career that spanned seven decades.
Speaking about the same, Priyanshu said, "Learning to play the harmonica was a challenge for me.
FILIPINO blues harmonica musician Ian Lofamia topped the 11th Asia-Pacific Harmonica Festival held recently in Hsinchu City, Taiwan.
ONE of Europe's top harmonica and piano players is bringing his distinctive style of blues to Redcar.
Of course, a real piano won't fit, but a harmonica will.
Parents' Choice Gold Award-winning family music stars The Harmonica Pocket presents Sundrops, an album of twelve acoustic songs that delight in the simple joys of life - splashing in rainwater puddles, digging in dirt, and unleashing the power of one's imagination.
ONE of the Midlands' last clubs for fans of the humble harmonica has suffered a distinct blow - or is that blows?
A simple start to playing the harmonica is included.
Dirt Simple Harmonica" is a practical, compact harmonica instruction manual plus CD, containing audio recordings of 27 well known songs plus added instructional examples.
Shoppers, college students and bowls players were challenged on the spot to play in amateur harmonica groups as part of a Gateshead Council initiative.