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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.
FILIPINO blues harmonica musician Ian Lofamia topped the 11th Asia-Pacific Harmonica Festival held recently in Hsinchu City, Taiwan.
Cowboys were some of the first to play harmonicas. The music quieted their herds and horses and kept the cowboys company.
ONE of the Midlands' last clubs for fans of the humble harmonica has suffered a distinct blow - or is that blows?
Nowadays using of Periodically poled lithium niobate (PPLN) structures for receiving the second harmonica of laser radiation instead of volume nonlinear and optical converters from niobate of lithium is the successful technological decision (Dmitriev and Tarasov, 2014).
Ginsberg's cue, the players raise their harmonicas to their mouths and start tapping their feet to keep time, running through the playlist, usually beginning with "Amazing Grace."
That's because the club teamed up with the producers of the independent film, "Pocket Full of Soul: The Harmonica Documentary," in an attempt to break the Guinness Book of World Records benchmark for the "Largest Harmonica Ensemble" following tonight's 7:05 p.m.
The Chickenbone Blues Review included a range of musicians guesting with the band and featured great sets from Harry Boyen (harmonicas), John Palmer (saxophone), Sandy & Martin (vocals and guitar) and Sam Cornwell (keyboards).
BUS-KING ...Music sensation Philip Achille is hoping to blow away the competition with his harmonicas.
"It's brilliant that we've got people selling the harmonicas in the countries that create 85% of the world's music industry.
"How To Play The Harmonica: Method & Songbook For Diatonic Harmonicas" (TS136CD, $14.95) also includes a Performance CD to help the student master the harmonica.
"The show is progressive, hard-driving and overflowing with harmonicas, in honor of deLay," a news release says.
The company says its Planetone harmonicas, made in China, will revolutionise the market like James Dyson did with the vacuum cleaner.
"We film it in September and we're after old ladies playing harmonicas, all sorts." And, get this, the winner will perform at the Royal Variety Show.