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Song Name: Blue Bird (The short harmonica part) By: ikimonogakari
Posted By: JapanHarp Difficulty: Beginner
Key: Any Genre: General
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio: Blue Bird (The short harmonica part)
Created: 2020-04-01 01:51:22 Modified: 2020-04-01 03:59:11
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Song:

Circled numbers = draw ①②③④⑤⑥⑦⑧⑨
Non-circled numbers = blow 123456789

A downward arrow (↓) indicates that you hit the bend for the note that comes before.

Ex. ④↓ means the 4 draw bend 1 step down.

 

This is how music is tabbed out in Japan. (I think it is easier to read once you get used to it). Feel free to use this format.

---------------TAB

⑥ ⑥ ⑥ 6

6 ⑤ 5 ⑤

⑤ 5 4 ④ ④↓ 4 ④ ④↓(hold this last one)

x2

 

-------If you can't do the bends, then you can alternatively do this

⑥ ⑥ ⑥ 6

6 ⑤ 5 ⑤

⑤ 5 4 ④  4 ④ 5

x2

----You can also play it higher

8 8 8 

⑧ 7 ⑦ 7

7 ⑦ 6 ⑥ ⑥↓ 6 ⑥ ⑥↓ (hold this)

 

(If you can't bend skip the first bend and replace the last bend with a ⑦) 

------Notes

I am not a pro so this might not be perfect. It's just what I heard out with my ear.

play with an E harmonica if you want it to sound like the song. You can play in any key though.

This is not the full song. This is just the harmonica part that pops up in the song. You can hear the first pop up of the harmonica at about 13 seconds in to the video I linked above.

Check it out. Try it. Thanks for reading. 

Check out my profile for more Japanese harmonica.

 

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