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Notes to a Harmonica Player

Kevin Mayhew

Product Code: 3612299

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Three characterful pieces for Chromatic Harmonica
You'll love these beautifully written pieces which showcase the versatility of the chromatic harmonica. Sarah Watts has a long list of highly successful compositions for many instruments to her credit. Her immediately recognisable upbeat style will be war
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Product Code3612299
NameNotes to a Harmonica Player
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorSarah Watts
Short DescriptionThree characterful pieces for Chromatic Harmonica
Pack Size1
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How Refreshing Review by Gerry Ezard - Harmonica World
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How refreshing when a skilled and accomplished composer writes for the harmonica! Sarah studied at the Royal College of Music and plays several instruments. These pieces show an unusual insight in and sympathy with the technical possibilities and limitations of the harmonica. The music is melodic and gives the audience a pleasant listening experience.
The first piece, Harmonica Romantica is my kind of music, opening with an easy effective chordal passage and developing a vibrant theme. To the Sublime, the longest piece is a little more demanding and starts with an easy passage of 3rds and 5ths, moving to octaves and some interesting runs followed by slower passages and a return to the opening theme. Finally Everything is Somewhere Else is again a likeable piece with some lively jumps but all within a players’ ability and some subtle changes of tempo.
These pieces are all a worthwhile addition to any players’ repertoire. The music is all clearly printed in a bound piano and harmonica copy with a separate harmonica player’s sheet
(Posted on 05/04/2011)

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Sarah has a passion for encouraging people to enjoy music. As Artistic Director of the National Youth Music Camps she plays a large part in promoting the Dankworth 'all music' philosophy that influenced her early years.

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