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OnlineLessonVideos show you how to play Banish Misfortune on the Harmonica.
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How to Play Banish Misfortune on the Harmonica
Hi everybody welcome to www.onlinevideos.com. My name is Sandy Weltman. Today’s lesson, we’re going to be learning a really cool little Irish Fiddle called Banish Misfortune. This particular tune has three different sections. We’re going to be learning all three sections. Along with that, we’re going to be learning how to do different Fiddle ornamentations on harmonica to kind of make the tunes sound a little more Irish. This particular lesson is designed for the harmonica player at level three and up so level three, four or five. This lesson also comes with three different play along, actually to practice along with all at different tempos. If you haven’t already printed out your tablature, go ahead and do that. Got a lot to learn today and then we’ll go ahead and get started.
Okay, we’re going to go ahead and play through this slowly now with the metronome at 40 beats per minute. I’ll go ahead and play it if you feel like jumping in there and playing along with me that would be great. At the very end of the second line and the third line, the second last note there’s an overblowing out. If you can’t yet do overblows just go ahead and hit that at sixth blow and place with that 5 overblow so that you’d be hitting that sixth blow three times in a row. And then we’ll do the first three lines and I’ll show you a little variation then you can replace with their alignment. So here we go. One, two, three and—