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Harmonica Lessons: "Softly As In A Morning Sunrise" on A Flat Harp

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And now I'm going to play it for
you on an A flat harmonica,
which is the phrygian mode.
And this is where we're going to try to
abandon that stepping stones mentality
fully that we had earlier on.
Because to play the minor scale in the
phrygian mode, you need that fifth hole.
And you need the fourth hole overblow and
the first hole overblow
to get the harmonic
minor of that major seventh there.
Or the major seventh as
part of the melodic minor.
So let's see how we do.
How you do and how I do.
He always plays the same.