[Harp-L] tongue blocking fifths on diatonic harmonicas
Mon Aug 29 18:47:09 EDT 2016
Make your tongue into a point and place it in the hole to be blocked.
On 30 August 2016 at 02:32, Michael Rubin <michaelrubinharmonica at xxxxx>
> Get a four hole spread octave on holes one and four by blocking 2 and 3.
> Move your tongue slightly right and close the left side of your mouth by
> one hole's width.
> That is the fifth in 2 draw and 4 draw. Learn that shape.
> Hope that helps.
> Michael Rubin
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2016 at 10:26 AM, Hannes Schneider <
> hannes.schneider.23 at xxxxx> wrote:
> > Ever since I got Richard Hunter's solo harmonica CDs and listened to Sam
> > Hinton on Youtube I've been wanting to learn how to play like that. The
> > thing that consistently eludes me is how to tongue block the middle hole
> > out of three to play (mostly) fifths. Any help in learning how to get
> > would be greatly appreciated ...
> > thanks
> > hannes
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