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Harmonica Lessons: "And I Love Her" (Advanced)

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[MUSIC]
Here's And I Love Her on a B flat harp,
cross harp, and
then I'm gonna play it again but
on a G harp, which will be 11th position.
And the minor cross harp so
that when you play on cross harp,
the relative minor key is fifth position.
Here's the introduction.
[MUSIC]
And here's the melody.
[MUSIC]
Or
up here if you want.
[MUSIC]
Or.
[MUSIC]
Whichever one you want.
[MUSIC]
I'm bending the overblow.
[MUSIC]
And
the bridge.
[MUSIC]
And
for those
Beatles fans
among you,
you might
notice that
the [LAUGH]
that some
of the chord
changes in
the end there
are a lot like
Don't Let
Me Down.
So had the same things that
they repeated over again, and
now I'm gonna play it on the G harp.
[MUSIC]
And
starts on a.
[MUSIC]
On four blow.
[MUSIC]
Or one blow, you can do it.
[MUSIC]
It's more challenging.
[MUSIC]
You could
do it
[INAUDIBLE].
[MUSIC]
That's four draw, five draw.
[MUSIC]
It sounds great on the bridge.
[MUSIC]