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HARMONICA.COM is the place for learning HARMONICA. Want to learn how to play harmonica and sound good in less than 3 months – with no hard sweat or tears? Want to get so good you'll be able to confidently play the songs you love for family and friends, jam with musicians, or even play on stage with a band? Then checkout JP Allen's harmonica lessons...
Halshaw Music http://www.halshawmusic.co.uk/ General String Instruments Ex-All Irish Champion. Sully's excellent range of banjos, parts, and mandolin family instruments by John Hullah. Books and tapes too./
HARMONICA SERVICES http://www.antonydannecker.com Harmonica The World's finest harmonicas. Sales, service, specialist tuning and refinement and custom harmonicas - Genevieve Chromatic and the Dannecker Blues Harp.
Harp City Blues http://www.harmonicafox.com Harmonica Blues Harmonica played like Not many people play now. Pete Fox Is a Strong Harmonica Player and has three out of 14 of his songs on MP3 for you to down load. Listen and see if you Know anyone playing Harp like this Now. Vintage Harmonicas also on site,Pictures of Muddy Waters also and good Blues Links.
harpsounds http://www.harpsounds.com General Folk Dedicated to harp music, Celtic music, harp cds and cassettes, harp sales, folk harp, Celtic harp, Irish harp,Scottish harp
HILLBILLYS - UK instrument suppliers Hillbillys carry a wide range inc Banjos, Fiddles, Guitars, Basses etc as well as most accessories.
Horniman Museum, London, UK http://www.horniman.ac.uk/collections/musical.cfm General Instruments The Horniman Museum's collection of musical instruments, including 'Free Reed Aerophons' : 'Squeeze Boxes' to the likes of people here. If you are trying to indentify a strange squeeze box there are lots of small photos here to help you.
House of Musical Traditions http://www.hmtrad.com/ Purchase Located in Takoma Park, Maryland (U.S.), HMT has an amazing assortment of acoustic instruments from around the world. Their web site is an excellent resource for anyone who is interested in traditional and/or folk music of all varieties.
Charles Hindmarsh The Yorkshire Musical Saw Player has a very interesting site dedicated the music saw. Apart from containing instructions for playing the instrument it also contains musical saw resources, suggestions and humour". . http://playthesaw.co.uk
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