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Learn 11 tunes on harmonica in 1 hour without reading music!

teacher avatar Ben Hewlett, Helping you play harmonica better!

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14 Lessons (1h 10m)
    • 1. 4hole1 promo

    • 2. 4hole2 intro

    • 3. 4hole3 tape and scale

    • 4. 4hole4 Ode to Joy

    • 5. 4hole5 saints

    • 6. 4hole6 frere

    • 7. 4hole7 twinkle

    • 8. 4hole8 rainbow

    • 9. 4hole9 summertime

    • 10. 4hole10 cancan

    • 11. 4hole11 oh suzanna

    • 12. 4hole12 cock of the north

    • 13. 4hole13 Jesu Joy

    • 14. 4hole Hanoi orphanage

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This radical new method will get you playing tunes on the harmonica instantly - join in with people on guitar or piano.

Yes this 'new' system teaches you how to play tunes on harmonica without reading music or tab - without reading anything.

It's very simple to understand and you will learn a huge amount of tunes in a short space of time without seeing anything written.

No tab, no written music, no symbols - just Ben's hands giving instructions.

You will see from Ben's fingers which hole to play and whether to breathe in or out.

It's a system Ben has tried and tested over many years in schools but will be new to you.

He uses this system to teach people who don't read or speak English.

Please watch the first ten minutes free to see if you like the idea.

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Ben Hewlett

Helping you play harmonica better!



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*Ben is the Chairman of the NHL - National Harmonica League in the UK

*Professional Harmonica Instructor since 1996

*Ben qualified as CTABRSM in 2002 (Certificate of Teaching - Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music)

*Certificate of Music Workshop Skills (Goldsmiths University of London) in 1995

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1. 4hole1 promo: Hi there. Welcome to the course. Thanks for having a look at it. Now, have you got one of those? A little four hole miniature harmonica. A little lady? I think they're called First instrument. Ever played in space in 1965. Are you busy? I'll tell you the whole story. An astronaut called Wally Schirra played one of those in space and he played this. Uh, what do you think? Jingle bells he played. So if you've got one of those or if you've got one of these a four hole Hoener, Speedy, or if you haven't got one of those Have you got some of this stuff? Andi? A normal 10 whole, because so you can make one of them. So there's a four hole harmonica. So all these tunes that you're gonna teach you for the four hole harmonica on we're gonna learn lots of tunes. And like the cook of the North Oh, Susannah can can't summertime over the Rainbow Jeez, you joy of man's desiring um, Ode to joy When the saints very jack a twinkle twinkle is that loads low to stuff all on four holes on all with just fingers. Nothing written down. No downloads, no backing tracks quick and dirty. That means play whole one e. I mean, spread in on hold one. That means blowing hold to this means breathe in her whole too. Three out. You guessed it free in foreign. We're out. And that way we can play this scale. Asi uh And that means we can play tunes like the can cannelloni those ones I mentioned etcetera. So all of those genes, we can play him with just four holes in just one or two. That's a radical new method that I've only used for 20 years. But I found it was really good in schools where Children couldn't read English deadline music, they could learn to play the harmonica, and now you can do the same thing. So if you're a beginner player, this is perfect for you. If you played a bit, if you know all these tunes, well, I shouldn't bother if I were you. But if you don't know these tunes, it's a really good way to get them on the A belt quick and easy to learn. Very, very simple, very intuitive. And you'll get it straight away and it's just me talking and pointing fingers at you. And if you can understand that, then good luck. You can understand everything you're play all these tunes, tunes air Good on. May I like tunes? Tunes a good. So come on in. Have a look at it. See what you think. See if it's for you. I'll see you inside. Bye for now. 2. 4hole2 intro: Hi there. This is a course which is kind of quick and dirty. It's just playing tunes. There's no real frills on this. Now, if you've got one of these a four hole harmonica, it's perfect for you. This is four holes is one octave. Or if you put one of these that's also perfect for you. Andi, if you've got one of these, will convert it into a four hole by putting tape on it. Or you might have a Seidel Big six. Or you might have a conscience, baby fat and a roll of tape is all you need. So we're gonna play tunes like to joy. Sounds like this here. Uh uh. On sounds like this. I'm here, Theo. We're gonna play the can can And we're gonna play when the saints for a jacket and twinkle , twinkle little star and summer time and over the rainbow on And oh, Susanna and cock of the North Andi Jeezy Joy Man design. All of these can be played on the four middle holes with standard diatonic. So if you don't have any of those other ones, but it's a great party pieces And if you've got one of these ran your neck and suddenly you want to play some can can. Well, jeezy join good or any of the other tunes. Very cool to have one of those around your neck. And you can get one of those very easily from music shops and Amazon and eBay Expect and I'm gonna teach you how to play. And here's something teach you this is gonna be hold one. Breathe out one Breathe in, breathe out. You guessed it to breathe in three out free in foreign for out So there's gonna be nothing written down on this Nothing written down. No backing tracks quick and dirty Like I said, you're gonna learn it just from fingers. You don't need to read music. There's no charts as no printing There's no downloading just that quick and dirty Learn the tunes And if you like this and you want more you let me know I make some more very easy. I've been doing this for many, many years teaching kids in school who can't read English, let alone read music on what I found Waas. I could get them to watch me concentrate and we could go from complete zero never seen a harmonica before to on stage, playing a tune within 30 minutes on the head. Teacher just can't believe it. So this is a very powerful, radical new Know that new actually tool for learning tunes. Let's go, let's iTunes! 3. 4hole3 tape and scale: Hi there. So we're going to put on some tape on to our harmonic. It's gonna look like that. So let's just do it now. We'll grab a bunch of masking table painter's tape. I'm gonna put it over whole eight, right over that over the whole thing. Okay? And then I'm gonna put the next piece ho three. Or you use a little lady or a speedy up to you Chevy you've got So there we go. There's are see harmonica converted from a 10 whole into a four whole. Andi, this is gonna be a really nice way to play a whole lot of tunes. Uh, and here's how it works. When I wanted to play whole number one, I will hold up. One finger means breed out. This means breathin out hell to breathe out. Breathing. No, just that best. But the annoying scared of that. OK, hole number three without on in. Hold on before. Let's bring in first. Okay, so that will be our scale of C. Let's just play a scale of C now. So it's whole one. Breathe out one. Breathe in to out to in three out. Creon Foreign four out. Stop so you might want to practice that now. Okay. If you're I tongue blocker, you can has a same. See how, Monica, without the tape on it. You can do this without the tape if you want to. So I'm using my tongue to cover. Holds 12 and three instead of the tape. Yeah, uh, this is the same thing, but I'm using the tongue instead of the tape on my left. And that way you can play tongue blocked, using the tongue going on and off. So that's just replacing the tapes on the left hand side of the harmonica. This one replacing this with your own tongue. She's a better way of playing. Really. But this is such a beautiful, simple way of playing. I can't wait to show you some tunes. So practice that scale of C up and down, and then let's get on with the students. All right. See, in a minute 4. 4hole4 Ode to Joy: Welcome back. Let's start with something nice and simple. Ludwig van Beethoven. Symphony number nine. Not all of it. Don't worry. Just the fame known a Zod to Joy. Written in 17. 85. We're just gonna do the modern stuff right now. How's it going? Let me remind myself, or if your tongue blocking Oh, you could still turn block with these tape on if you wish or not. Starting hold to nice and slow. Rarely go. Uh, is that okay? Don't forget, you can run the playback speed more slowly. If you wish. There's a little cog. You can change the speed off if you want to do that again. Here we go. And uh huh uh, I'm just trying to This is quite tricky. Toe do with my little A bunch of little brain cells were getting together so there could be mistakes in there. If there are, you can let me know, and you can override me if I've got it wrong. I'm just trying to, you know, give you a starting point. What's next part? Duh. So whole one. Are you ready? Let's go on. Uh uh Uh. Okay. How was that? That's our first little attempt with this radical new method. Actually, I've been teaching this in schools for 20 years. Four kids who have just been using the four hole Honus speedy harmonica who probably can't even read English, let alone reading music. So this was a way to get them to play immediately. And I would take them from absolutely total novice to being to play a tune on the stage in front of the boss of the school in 30 minutes. So good thing, isn't it? Okay, enjoy that. Practice it. If you want backing tracks, I think I've got a backing track for this. In my book. Harp school Master mix. You can Google that you could find it harp school, master mix. But there are a lot of karaoke tracks you can use on YouTube, which I can't give you for copyright reasons. And if you want the dots for this, have a look on YouTube. It's all over the place. Okay. See you later. 5. 4hole5 saints: I know we're gonna do a good old good one from the south when the saints go marching in. Starts on hole one stood very slowly. Ready? Go. Uh huh. Uh, how's that feeling? Said, Okay, I'm slightly cutting short the length of the notes because I'm doing it so slowly. We'll be here all day if I keep it absolutely accurate. Let's go on, Showy. Oh, Lord, I want starting. Hold two. Ready? Go. Uh uh uh. Now, if you're ton blocking, you could end that and start it with a a split four. If you want whole 14 together, that will be up to you if you can turn block. You know what I'm talking about. Or you could just use, like, a set. You can use the harmonica, which doesn't have any tape on it. Theo put the tongue blocking in the practice it on the one with the tape. It's all the same, really, isn't it? Should we try one more time? Really A bit faster. Doomed to 12341 Uh huh. That I think I have made a slight mistake in the middle there, but you probably way ahead of me on that. I'm just using the computer screen in front of me as a light on if I dims than it changes the changes, the shape of everything. So that's what happened there. Okay, good. That's when the saints go marching in. All right, Good luck with that one. 6. 4hole6 frere: Okay, let's have a look at a nice, simple tune, but it's got a slight twist to this one. It's not quite as simple as it seems. The fourth note. We always seem to want to go the wrong way. You'll see what I mean. In a minute. It's a bit counterintuitive on also because we're just using this very purposely limited active. We have to jump adoptive. You'll see in a minute to the last. The last three notes off this sound a little bit strange because we're jumping the active, but it sounds OK. Frayer Jack A. Sounds like this just to remind you for a run. Jacque Rogge Door. May who? Frayer. Uh, junk. Eso studying whole one. Are you ready? Here we go on and eyes fourth note that people always go the wrong way on. So it's out in out, out People was trying to breathe in on the last note. Don't breathe in. Breathe in if you like, But that's not the tune. Here we go again. Ready? Go. Ah, ah! Uh and that's the sort of ah, halfway point of it. Um, are you ready for the next bit? So it's gonna be a little bit. I'll slow this down because this is This is a bit of a quick transition, Dad at, uh, going to go like this. Just listen a minute. Uh, three out. Three in two. Out, two in. Uh, And you on one out. One blow. Here we go. Three, isn't it? Three out. Ready? Go. Ah, now I have. Ah, strange. But at the end, full 34 Uh uh. That would normally be inactive lower, but I think it sounds OK. So should we do the whole thing again? Are you ready? Little bit faster this time. Here we go. Hold one. Really go? Uh uh uh And stop. How is that feeling if you turn blocking it or you could even play an octave lower if you want to do if you're a good thing. So in many ways of playing a tune, which is gonna be the subject off another course, there's loads and loads of different ways of playing the same tune. Um, that's it wasn't something else. Was going tell you all that? Oh, yes. Well, ago, I wrote a book called Funky Nursery. There was to actually funky nursery and funky Christmas both of which are tuned books for things like Freij, aka lots of nursery rhymes in that one. So if you like playing along with this stuff and you want to get the book, it's called Funky Nursery. It's a download on Funky Christmas. It was like Christmas jeans, All right, see next time. 7. 4hole7 twinkle: And now, ladies and gentlemen, we come to one of the most famous tunes in the world. On the most recognisable tunes at any rate in Asia is the B song A B C D e f g h and s Twinkle Twinkle is the the tune I name I know the tune by, um What's the other one in schools Pitter patter, raindrops or something? And it seems to be something perfect about this song. So let's play it whole one starts on Rarely Dio uh There you go. It's not beautiful song. Very simple, but it's got And you really get the feeling with this when you and not a drawn out When you're playing in first position like we are When you end on a drawer note it really feels like us a question attention on that goes with with the cord So you couldn't end it there, could you? Uh, that's where the tension comes in the drawn out you couldn't end it. Every drawn out has to be followed by a blow note. In this particular context, you come, you can end it there. It was never story of Beethoven. One of his kids was playing the piano downstairs. He was the top of the house and they ended the tune on a attention note like that. Or a dominant seven chord. And he couldn't stand it. And he came running down. Did you? Did you did You did it. You did it. Did it? Did it did a religion. A lighthouse. Obviously did. He did. He did it. Did it? Did it? Did it on. Finished it on a rather nicer note than that to finish it off so it doesn't feel finished if it ends on a drawn out in this case, let's play it again. Whole one. Ready? Go! - Ah ! Have you ever thought about playing really quietly? It's really hard, isn't it? Try playing that song again. But really, really quietly. - Not so easy to play quietly. Is it worth ago, though? Helps you play loudly if you can play quietly. All right, That's it. Enjoy. Twinkle, Twinkle Andi. She'll see you next time. Bye. For now 8. 4hole8 rainbow: Let's go back to 1939. Andi will do a Harold Arlen song lyrics by Yip Harburg Over the Rainbow, Composed, composed for Wizard of Oz. Now very tricky song to play anyway, let alone in one octave So we'll try it. It's gonna be a bit of a challenge. There's the second part. We only really play if we use on overblow, so we'll get to that a bit later. But we can play sort of. Without that, perhaps no one will ever know just you and me on the audience, right? I thought so. This has got huge jumps in it. The song Huge intervals. And it's pretty tricky to play on the harmonica smoothly like that. So this is the bones of it on. You can have a practice of it as you go starts on Hole one. Uh oh. Forgot one finger. Let me move over here of it. I need more room for fingers. So goes 14 jumps. The active very, very few songs do that can think of two or three, but that's that's one of them. That's a tricky bit too sign as well has to play. Let's try that again Joey. So it's one blow for blow for drawer Gree Blow three. Droll for drawer four. Blow. Try it again. Really? Go now. Another tricky jumped three drawer. So this is presenting quite a bit of a challenge, isn't it? I would imagine. Let's try it again. Don't forget, you can run this playback speed more slowly if you want to. Let's try it again. I'll do a bit slower this time. Study on one blowing and four blow rarely G o. - So you might want to pause and practice that right here. Now the second part. I don't know that. That's easy. Let's do that. Starts on three blow. Uh uh. What more am with nothing. Do that. Ah, uh uh. The, uh that's gonna be on overblow if you can do it. Uh uh uh uh uh, So that is hold to as we have it taped up here. That's with the overblow. Uh, then he goes back to be giving again. So let's run that middle section again, shall we? Uh I, uh So the middle section is is tricky because it don't really feel right. Your brain wants it to go to the part which is difficult for us to play, so you could just leave the middle part. Playing it without the correct note without the Ebola does sound a little bit weird. So this is how it should be. E So I think we leave this some half finished. There's no way around the overblow unless you can play it or learn it. And most people don't learn over blows. They are a bit tricky. So just play the theme again, and we'll leave it there. This is really not about this course is not really about making it perfect. This is about you finding a way around the instrument. So we're not looking for absolute perfection here. So we try the theme again. Here we go. Rarely. G o. Uh, Now, did you hear what happened without my harmonica there? Something's got stuck in it. And this does happen. What can I do about it? Well, I'm just gonna blow and then draw on Steven, get rid of it. Uh uh uh. So I was blowing there and drawing and trying a few bending techniques to see if I could dislodge. Probably just a little speck of dust. Uh, now it's back in again. All right. So I will leave it there. And you've now got the theme off this tune, at least. And you know that the middle section is a little bit tricky. When I played this with schools, when we've had an accompanying track or other people playing along, we just kind of missed that tricky note out of it, and nobody's really minded. Okay, Good luck with that. See you next time. 9. 4hole9 summertime: Hi there. Let's have a look at summertime 1934. George Gershwin Written for the Porgy and Bess Opera in 19. 35. So only the modern stuff here. But this one slightly different for us because we're gonna be playing not in first position , as we have been up to an hour. Now, play something in third position, which is de Miner. So? So we could actually move the top part of the tape up by one hole to get Dick. So no, I won't bother just now because we don't need it put. You could do that. You could expand this sort of prison that I've put you in. So we start on starting on, hold three drawer some time. Try it again some of the time e. Really? I want to go down so that loan out easy, But I don't have that right now. I could do it if I was on the untapped harmonica. And we just play that for you. So you hear that sounds and I can put a little bend on that I want. So I'm just staying on that one drawer to finish it. If I was playing it without the tape. I dropped down to three drawer double bend, but are not doing that in this particular case. Uh, so that's the first line. Now the next bit fish are jumping. Fisher jumping on the car to do that line again. Fish are jumping. Next line, your daddy's ridge should the same as the first line, isn't it? So let me play what we've done so far. Uh, did, uh, next bit so harshly, little baby. I'm gonna slightly modify this. Uh uh. If I was playing it on the untapped harmonica. Okay. How close can we get to that? Pretty close. We're just again missing that low note of of a so harshly little baby. We can get away with that. It's fine. So starting on one droll. Ah. So should we try the whole thing again, or have you got it? Maybe you just want to scoot back to the beginning of this. Maybe that's the easiest way for you to learn it. You can do any number of times, of course, and you can slow it down. Look at the cog and you can slow the speed down to whatever you want it to be. All right. We'll have that son on entry to summer time again that there are lots of backing tracks available for this sort of thing, and you'll easily find them on YouTube on karaoke E, um, channels. And you can just if you can find it the right key, even sing along. Play along with Ella Fitzgerald and anybody you wanted. Okay, enjoy summer time. 10. 4hole10 cancan: Hi there. Welcome back. You're doing well. You're getting through this course. Hopefully you now can play all of these tunes. To some extent, I think they it's great to play Toon Disney. Let's be honest. Jr was good. Now next year is going to be by Jack Offenbach. Do you remember a famous musical comedian called Victor Border? He does a gag where he asked the audience to choose from their famous than most favorite famous composers. And he will play a tune from that famous composer. And he says, Start at the top of the alphabet and count out will call out, Shout out all the names you can think of any, get to bark And he says Yes, Buck J s so often so Then he plays a tune by often Barkin is this and then he plays Js Etcetera would do that one later. So here's the can can. So this was often bark Woman's this written back a long time ago. 18 18 19. No, that's when he was born. When was this written? I don't know. A long time ago. And, um, here's to this is I'll like this tune on the harmonica because it's uses the whole active at the end. Do you dirty ordered editor terms that church bells ringing the's quite tricky. Presents us. Quit quite all challenges. Here we go. Nice and slow. Uh, how'd you get on with that one? Is that a bit tricky? I I find it. I complained, All right, but I find it hard to sign it. Let's try it again, shall we? Ready. Go. Uh uh uh. Okay. Tricky to play. Yeah. Yeah, it is a bit the only ending to that bit on a bump bump bump, because once you start playing it fast, uh, you want to have a nice flourish of unending, especially you're playing it from one of the little four whole Harmonic is the little lady or something. You need a nice little flourish. The end. Here's the ending. That's a repeat. Uh, mad? No, uh, ending on whole one blow. I'm gonna try that one more time with me. Let's give it a go. Here we go on, and, - uh Okay. How's that gonna work? Try that practice that will come back to the other Bark a bit later on. OK, bye. For now. 11. 4hole11 oh suzanna: Hi there. Welcome back. You're doing well. You're getting through this course. Hopefully you now can play all of these tunes. To some extent, I think they is great to play Toon Disney. Let's be honest. Now let's come to the one of the most famous folk country tunes in the US Oh, Susanna. So everybody should know how to play that on the harmonica, I think. Oh, by the way, did you hear the harmonic minor version? This is a This is a Lee Oscar harmonic minor instrument. And if you pay the same thing on here, get the Eastern European version of Oh, Susannah, let's call it toys. Suzanne. Actually, with my brother, like on my knee. So that's a beautiful instrument. If you've never tried out to harmonic minor, then go for it. Try it out. Back to the standard. Richter tuned. Diatonic all You ready? Here we go. Uh uh uh uh. How is that? Oh, Susanna, You wanna try it one more time? Faster or slower. Slower. I'm hearing okay. Slower and chubby. Uh, now, if you're playing this tongue blocked, you can use nice little percussion on this and cords Theo, A bit of showboating there. Sorry about that. Just happened to happen to happen. Okay, look, right. That's so Susanna. So have you enjoyed that on debts? Crack on with the next tune. All right, See? In a minute. 12. 4hole12 cock of the north: now let's go. It Scottish will give you a nice little flourishing Scottish song here. Okay. Uh uh. Right. So it's gonna start list. We're gonna start it. Uh, it's not a whole to drawer. We'll start with the this section Us. We're just wondering which section to start your fun here ago. Ah, Well, uh uh uh Theo A sanction. And here's the B section starting on three. Blow. Uh huh. Uh uh uh Uh huh. Uh uh uh uh uh, That's the whole tune. Two parts to it. Dad, don't Don't Don't dirty down dirt on dirt And don't todo don't do the do don't do dio dio If your tongue blocking you can make much more off the song theme way. But the most important thing is the melody. So let's try it again, shall we? Are you ready to drawer? Slower? I think this time. Uh uh uh uh Theo. Okay, that's the A sections. Here's the B Section three, blow. Uh uh uh uh uh, Andi, that's it. So learn to play it slowly and then learned to play it faster. Let's just play it again without signing it. And so see, if you've got you've got this far into the course. You probably pretty good by now. So let's see if you can follow along and I'll just I'll just play it after 4123 for way. Way. Uh, Okay, That's the cock of the North. See you next time. 13. 4hole13 Jesu Joy: Okay. I'm gonna finish off with Jeezy Joy. As we said before, this is J s Bach. It's gonna sound like this. It's a bit weird, just with one octave, because there's a few. But you can make a sort of a joke of this. If you're performing it, I'll see what I mean. No, enough knows. Not enough holes. Uh, you could put 1/4 drawer in there if you really want to. Uh, okay, let's play the tune. Nice. Andi, slowly we'll break it up into little bits as well. Here we go. Home one. Ah, uh uh. So just that bit me played again. You don't I beautiful place, isn't it? Well worth learning. I'm sure you'll agree. Even though we're at the end of the course, I'm sure you're the great this is worth one. Find a little bit of effort. All right. Uh uh. That's what we sort of fall off the edge of the harmonica. So we come to a bit of a crashing hold there. It works at speed, but at slow motion like this, It sort of, You know, if you ride a bicycle to slowly, you fall off. So that's what's happening here, so we'll just do it in stages. And then once you complaint faster, then you're going to find it. The whole piece holds together much better scale from beginning again. So let's try again now A touch faster, if that's all right. Here we go. Uh uh uh uh uh. And that's what we fall off it a bit. Okay, Let's go again from the top. A little bit faster, and we'll try and make it through this break on to the end. Okay, here we go. Uh, uh uh. I play that last bit at speed, so you can get the sense of it better. Uh, I think that with the or a better way might be to end it. It woods make quite a big difference. So maybe by now you can take off the stabilizers and just play it ordinarily, which would be much better. And then, of course, you can start adding tone blocking, So it sounds more interesting with ton blocking. Always. And I hope you've enjoyed this quick and dirty course just to play tunes. It's good to play tunes. Doesn't it always good to play chance? All right. I will see in the next one. Let me know if you've enjoyed this. If you want any more like this, give me shout Andi, it shall be yours. Bye for now. 14. 4hole Hanoi orphanage: way, way, way guy. No good. Way, Way. Yeah, easy way. But they way slow, but more way. Okay. Yes. Come on. Good, Good. Go way, Way, Theo! Great Appling! Okay, Yeah. - Way , Way!