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Treble harmonica and three-degree harmonics
Apr 14, 2018

The bass accompaniment of the polyphonic harmonica will contain seven holes in the process of operation. The left side of the tongue covers the six holes of the cell, and the hole in the right side of the mouth is played by a single tone. When a half-tone mark is encountered to some extent, it needs to be valid. After releasing his tongue once and quickly covering it back to his place, he would make a "click" sound accompaniment.

Treble harmonica treble accompaniment, under normal circumstances will mouth with seven holes, the tongue cover the right cell six holes, the left lip blows a single tone, the tongue movement and blowing the same tone. Chords: Also known as air accompaniment. The method of playing is the same as ordinary accompaniment, which is to open the tongue.

The tremolo of the polyphonic harmonica has its left hand holding the piano. To a certain extent, it requires the hands and the palm of the hand to cover the right hand to keep fluttering, giving a “bark” sound, ie a tremor sound. In the fiddle-playing method, in general, the lips are narrowed, and the mouth is covered with a single hole. When the player is playing, the air pressure is tight, and the harmonica is quickly shaken back and forth with his right hand.

The third harmonic of the harmonica harmonica, under normal circumstances, can be played with three holes and the tongue is not covered. The three-degree violin is played: The mouth contains three holes above the piano, and the tongue is not covered. The movement of the hand is the same as that of the fiddle. Octave and octave: With nine holes in the mouth, five holes in the middle of the tongue, and octaves and chords on both lips.

The fifth harmonic of the polyphonic harmonica: five holes in the mouth, three holes in the middle of the tongue, and five degrees of harmony between the two lips. Snare drumming (drums): The tip of the tongue is rolled at the root of the upper teeth, and it is played in a continuous “total” roll. Jazz Caricature (Wah Wah): The hand's movements are in accordance with the tremolo, the right hand is opened, and the sound of "Wow" sounds.

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