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How to quickly learn diatonic harmonica songs?
Apr 03, 2018

If you want to learn to play diatonic harmonica songs, you must first of all know how to read the scores. You see the Arabic numbers that read 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 and then find the corresponding bits on the harmonica. In the position, blowing or inhaling can achieve the process of vocalization and composition.


Then, familiarize yourself with the structure of the diatonic harmonica and start practicing. Each hole of the harmonica corresponds to one sound, and the middle eight holes are the midrange parts. All you have to do is to familiarize yourself with the midrange part. The position on the harmonica is the number of holes in the ninth grid starting at 1 and moving one grid to the right is 2 suctions, 3 blows, 4 suctions, 5 blows, 6 suctions, and 7 suctions.


By looking at the tone corresponding to the diatonic harmonica hole, it can be known that the pitches are not in sequence, but the holes that should be blown and inhaled are indeed strictly alternated, which is beneficial for us to learn to play full-tone harmonica songs. After you are familiar with the blow, continue to familiarize yourself with more holes, but be sure to blow the middle eight holes.


When the eight sounds on the full-tone harmonica are all memorized, you can begin to practice playing full-tone harmonica songs. The key is to practice more and more. In principle, under the basic premise of learning the middle eight holes, the purpose of playing the harmonica can be achieved by practicing blowing up the spectrum.


In fact, the playing of diatonic harmonica songs is not very difficult. We must master relevant skills. At the same time, we must have a thorough understanding of the composition of the songs and the structure of the harmonica. We must also lay a solid foundation in basics so that most of the songs and dances can be performed. Blow out.

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