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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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Mentioning the idea that many rock stars would play the harmonica almost made Adler's hair curl.
Now she has taken time out to learn to play the harmonica with the help of 16-year-old elephant Latabe.
Tribal Planet say the new instrument represents the first thorough re-design of the harmonica in 100 years, and will capture sales from market leader Hohner.
If you have always wanted to learn how to play the harp, the harmonica or the ukulele, the timing has never been better, especially with instruction by noted musicians such as Stephanie Bennett,'' said Karen Gorback, associate dean for community and noncredit education.
Close to two dozen people have played with the Haints, banging on drums, playing the mandolin, fiddle, washtub, accordion, singing saw, banjo, and harmonica.
His music revolves around the theme of having fun; the accompanyment includes trumpet, trombone, drums, bass, piano, harmonica, and more or various different songs.
Bregy reads slightly faster; and his version has music from the Civil War period played on a harmonica at the end of each tape.
who makes magic by playing harmonica music from his heart, spends the summer teaching Derrick how to play.
On the road from there to here, she collects an entourage of admirers, including most of Mexico's cognoscenti, Milos Forman, Nancy Friday, Erica Jong, a limbless harmonica player, and a slightly befuddled African-American husband acquired from a personals ad.
The high point of Draper's career came when he teamed with the harmonica virtuoso Larry Adler, with whom he performed for nine years.
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During more than 20 years of touring with the Blues Harmonica Blowout, Mark Hummel never has brought the show to Eugene.
And yet, the fact that they overcame the stereotypes associated with violin and harmonica adds to their greatness and significance.
Coventry singer-songwriter Kristy Gallacher has confirmed her status as a nationally acclaimed performer while Warwickshire harmonica wizard Will Pound is among the big names nominated for the BBC Folk Awards.
Philip Achille, from Solihull, has made it through to the final 10 in the contest to find the capital's music maestro after impressing commuters with his harmonica tunes.