Now I'm going to play
the Bach Bourée on a G harmonica
in fourth position.
So it involves certain
things that are easier, but,
certain things that are a little
bit more difficult in that I
have to play the seventh
hole overdraw in one part.
And there are maybe,
a few more overblows and overdraws, but
I don't have to slide around so
much between bent notes.
Because I'm in a higher
part of the G harmonica,
where the notes are closer together,
so it's just a different choice.
Here we go.
>> One and two
So there were a lot of overblows necessary
to do this piece to get
the E melodic minor.
You are going up by five over blows,
six draw bend.
And then straight down along
the scale of G major,
which is E minor, natural minor.
And then the middle section.
Then we're in B minor.
we have to play a fourth hole overblow.
And we have to make sure that
that A-sharp is not too flat.
Then comes the seven overdraw.
And then between the seven draw and
the five overblow.
That's a good place to practice.
And then if you have a trill and
a piece of classical music, and
you're trying to play it
on diatonic harmonica.
It's kinda hard to go back and
so I just made it
something that sounded like it had
a little more style and pizzazz.
Then going back and
Although it's a very good exercise
to practice trills going back and
forth between a draw and
a blow on holes next to each other.
Four draw and five blow
Trill exercise, good thing to practice.