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Harmonica Lessons: Transposing "How High the Moon"

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[MUSIC]
And you can
try this tune.
Play it on any of the harmonicas.
And you know, the more different key
harmonicas you play this tune on,
the better you will get
playing it on any one of them.
Because by transposing a tune into other
keys, basically on the harmonica it
means playing the tune along with the same
backing track on the other key harmonicas.
Your mind, you'll have to start thinking
about playing all these different,
all the same things in different keys.
Smoke might start coming out of your ears.
You can stop,
you don't have to keep going.
If you ever feel that your practicing
is getting you diminishing returns,
you can absolutely stop, and
say I'm gonna leave this alone.
I'm gonna stop playing this tune for
a while,
because I'm burned out on this tune.
I can't really progress anymore.
But for all of you who are having a good
time playing on this tune, I encourage you
to please send me in some videos of
yourself performing How High the Moon,
with this backing track, which is not the
ultimate version of it by any stretch, but
on a C harmonica or
a B flat harmonica or a G harmonica.
Whatever key harmonica you decide to play,
to use on this tune.
So, please send them into to me.
Okay?
Thanks a lot.
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