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Harmonica Lessons: 12th Position Basic: Conclusion

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[MUSIC]
Now there are other chords
along the 12th position.
You can also get the D minor.
[MUSIC]
That's what
we call the six chord
of the key of F.
[MUSIC]
Was using a few
thirds that fit in.
[MUSIC]
So you can dress it up a little bit with
intervals, but it's not easy because
of that sharp fourth in there,
and the fact that you don't have
the F on the bottom of the harp.
But I just did wanna
demonstrate one classical
melody to you in the key
of F on C harmonica.
So, that's about it for
playing in 12th position on a C harp.
So now we've gone through
all the seven white key
positions on the instrument
at a beginner level.
Thanks for watching.
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