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Comment by Hilvert Scheper on November 10, 2012 at 21:50
I just posted this also as an MP3, just to give You an idea of what it's "sort-of" supposed to sound like, or just for You to play along to. Hope You like it, just have a go!!!
Comment by Hilvert Scheper on November 10, 2012 at 21:41
Hi Gentlemen!!
(would it not be nice to say "Ladies and Gentlemen", but that's a different subject...)
I REALLY HOPE that some is interested in this piece, and will try to play it on a chromatic harmonica in C: this is a bit of a Test-case: Playing in the key of D on a C-Chromatic; quite breath-taking, but I hope You will have a go!!!

It is "Midnight on the Water", a Celtic piece that is played at a "pounding pace" so to speak, one of my Favourites.
Written for Two harmonicas, with a simple major harmony, and with Chords / chord symbols. For the Second part You will need a 16-hole chromatic because it goes Below the Central C...

This is the way I write music for chromatic harmonica: Stems UP = Blow, Stems Down = Draw, and EVERY Note where You need the slide / button comes with a Sharp-sign "#". So... no hole-numbers / tabs, but this is really the Easiest way to read music for chromatic harmonica that I can think of.

I Really Hope some of You will give it a go on a C-Chromatic, and when you get Your breath back afterwards, please give me a comment!!!

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