"Rockin' Robin" is one in my series of "how-to-play-crossharp" song lessons. Crossharp is that style of play in which the harp's 2 "draw" and 3 "blow" holes become the tonal center, instead of the 1, 4, 7 "blows." Crossharp is what you're used to hearing in blues or C&W (as opposed to cowboy or Dylan songs). It's notorious for its "bent," bluesy sound.
This item includes:
• .mp4 file of "Rockin' Robin" played the "crossharp" way. Notes of song are illustrated "bouncing-ball, sing-along" style as the tune plays (see pic 1-4). Arrow over harmonica hole indicates whether to blow or draw on that particular hole. Video will be immediately downloadable, via Etsy, once payment is confirmed.
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