If you want to self-teach harmonica, my Harmonica School can is the right place for you. On this page you will find my beginner online harmonica courses list and descriptions.
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Following, the courses available today at my online harmonica school. Click on one of the pictures to read the course detailed description.
Learn to play the harmonica with 12 beginner songs > Learning songs of progressive difficulty is a great way to study a musical instrument, and I have created these 12 tunes to allow the student to practice several essential techniques in a fun and profitable way. You’ll start with the simplest elements like playing single and long notes, then learn to perform faster sequences, hole jumps, double notes, and dynamic effects such as tremolo.
Online harmonica course > Playing chords and melodies together on harmonica is known as 'Vamping'. In this new course, beginner and intermediate harmonica players will learn to play accompanying their own selves - in other words, focusing entirely on 'Solo harmonica playing’. In this course you will also learn to imitate the train sound with your harp.
Complete 1st position improvisation for Upper Beginner and intermediate harmonica players > With this course, upper beginners and intermediate players can benefit of our innovative methodology, lerning and practising improvisation on different chord progressions. In these lessons, blues but not only blues, also country and a more modern tunes. You will learn how to improvise, and once you have learned you will be able to di it on every musical style.
Free 12 blues, swing and funky licks for beginner harmonica players > A great opportunity for beginners to learn 12 cool blues along with funky and swing harmonica licks. Give yourself the opportunity to try this learning tool, featuring a high level of efficacy in the form of ' interactive lessons'; an innovative system which we have endeavoured to keep simple and straight forward as it should be.