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Harmonica Lessons: "Rhythm Changes" Bb on a C harp

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Hi, this is yet
another lesson on rhythm changes.
Except this time I'm gonna use
a C harmonica to play in B flat.
B flat major on a C harp requires that
you play some overblows just to get to
the scale.
That's your B flat half step below.
B below the B which is third hole draw.
a bunch of overblows
in there.
One, four, and
six just to get the major scale.
But it's a great key.
It fits nicely for
bebop changes, cuz it has
that major third and fifth.
And the seventh.
you can bend the seventh down a half step.
then the bridge.
to the one.
So I'm gonna do this more bebopy version
with a bebopy rhythm changes track.
And here it goes.
And it does not have the tag on the end.
Here it goes.
on that
alot of
to end
That is the seventh with the ninth and
the sharp 11th and the 13th.
Or a seventh flat five chord.
Whatever you want to call it.
So that's some things for
you to check out and
to experiment with on your own.