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TRAIN SOUNDS! How to supercharge your HARMONICA skills now!

teacher avatar Ben Hewlett, Helping you play harmonica better!

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11 Lessons (55m)
    • 1. Trainsounds promo new

      2:43
    • 2. Trainsounds Intro new

      3:01
    • 3. Peter Treeby interview on steam trains

      13:03
    • 4. Trainsounds 3 first easy exercise

      3:00
    • 5. Trainsounds 4 zzacka tikka

      4:54
    • 6. Trainsounds 5 whistles

      4:24
    • 7. Trainsounds 6 goa

      5:48
    • 8. Trainsounds 7 Salty

      4:30
    • 9. Trainsounds 8 George

      3:51
    • 10. Trainsounds 9 Flying Scotsman

      5:40
    • 11. Trainsounds 10 Palmer McAbee

      4:23
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Learn rhythm, chugging, breathing, speed, excitement, dynamics, music, ear training, chords, whistles, steam, and power.

TRAIN SOUNDS - Come and learn a new approach to harmonica playing.

Here's what gave me the idea - search for 

'The Archivist'  - Rare Early Solo Instrumental Blues Harp Recordings introduced by Joe Filisko and you should find it.

Obviously we will not be able to play like Palmer McAbee, Deford Bailey etc in these clips but I believe using these ideas will radically improve your playing. You will be more accurate, faster, be able to put on firework showers of notes if you need to and I think you will sound very impressive to an audience.

If you have a tune or subject that you would like me to teach please message me.

Take this course and play the tune instantly. No musical experience needed.

You will pick it up straight away without needing any music skills. This is easy to play and really fun to learn. You will be proud of your achievements and happy with the results.

'INSTANT HARMONICA' is a new series of courses where you learn one tune per course. You will find it is taught in a friendly and encouraging manner and most importantly is it taught v-e-r-y s-l-o-w-l-y. 

Ben Hewlett is a very experienced music teacher who is able to be very patient and methodical. Each lecture will introduce you to the next group of notes – usually just 4 new notes and that's it.

This method is very easy for you to pick up the tunes as they are repeated over and over again until you have got it. You can even re-run the video if you find it useful.

Take one course and learn your favourite tune. The try another. Remember you can always get your money back if you wish but otherwise you have lifetime access to the course.

Imagine how amazing it will feel when you whip out your harmonica and play this tune – your friends and family will carry you shoulder high in triumph. Hopefully they don't carry you out of town and dump you in the river, but hey, swimming's good as well.

The health benefits of playing the harmonica are well documented – google it. Your lungs get exercised, your lung capacity increases, aerobic movement is good for you, playing music makes you smarter they say. 

You will have fun on your own and with your friends, and more oxygen to the brain will make you think you are having a good time so it's all good.

The Copyright and Rights in Performances (Research, Education, Libraries and Archives) Regulations 2014 (extracts)

The Library of Congress broadly give the same view.

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Fair dealing with a work for the purposes of private study does not infringe any copyright in the work.”

Any recordings used in my courses represent less than 5% of the entire work and are already in the public domain on YouTube.

Any written transcriptions are written by me or my team to promote the work and the artist and to facilitate students who want to learn more about their music.

Any audio backing tracks are written and recorded by me or my team to promote the work and the artist and to facilitate students who want to learn more about their music.

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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. Trainsounds promo new: Hi there. And thanks for stopping by and looking at this course. This is a harmonica course. So you're gonna need a harmonica, One of the cheapies 10 hole diatonic. Now, I'm gonna use a key of G, but you can actually use to see if you want to. It's all right. Just use whatever you got or if you're gonna go out and buy one by one in the key off. G Chief, a giant on It's a lovely sound. Oh, Theo. In this course, we're linking up the sounds of the steam trains to the harmonica. Do you have you driven the flying Scotsman breaking now? They're linked historically, socially and sound wise, they even look the same nearly so. We're gonna link that up. I'm gonna teach you moods a different way. Needs train me. I think you should buy this course because you'll find it. Not any interesting, but helpful to musicality on the harmonic you're gonna enjoy, I think. Andi, I hope that my teaching method is gonna work well for you. I've been teaching harmonica for 20 years or more is a full time job. So I hope I've picked up a couple of ticks along the way. She won't be too fast. There, bits of it. They're challenging, but there'll be lots of it, which is very simple. I'm gonna be demonstrating it mostly on the harmonica on the video. I will give you some written material if you want to know. If I'm saying Jack do you could do you could do. I will write down chucker and do for you. Can't pick that up. You'll have it looked like in subtitles. Horrendous. Expect? You know, it's gonna be lots of fun. You're gonna really enjoy Theo. Think we would like to thank you so much for your insight into this world with steam trains , Mr Tree Me. Thank you so much. And your fee will be in the post. 2. Trainsounds Intro new: welcome to the course we're looking at steam trains and trains in general toe create sounds for the harmonica, so we're gonna use some archive material on I've got my stepbrother step pop Pete on hand to tell us all about the real life experience of standing on the foot plate of the Flying Scotsman, which he has done. Oh yes, great engine Subaru on. I asked him where sound comes from On the train, he said, Well, it depends way or standing old boy. So he'll tell you a little bit about that. I'll give you some lectures with him talking. We're going to learn how to play lots of very simple rhythms. They get more complicated. They involve lots of chugging that's using your using your mouth parts to whisper all these crazy sounds or interpretations of sounds into the harmonica, and you'll find that creates really interesting textures and really fascinating rhythms. Isn't it weird that the smallest instrument in the world is trying to mimic Lee largest sound making machinery in the world or certainly one of the biggest? So it's a bit of a paradox, but there you go. There's a new attraction between harmonicas and trains. I mean, yeah, they look the same. Don't may look at that. They look pretty much the same. Who can tell the difference when a train and a harmonica in the sound and in the look, Maybe the weight is a giveaway. Have to wait longer for train that harmonica sometimes Onda. Also, we're going to look at the steam whistles of the train and some diesel whistles. Also, they're all different or a unique little footprint there. So you'll also find that this is gonna be a great exercise. Physically, this is tough stuff. This will make you a much better player. It's a really good, standalone tone exercise. Working on your tone is fantastic. It's really, really good for that. Something so musically stamina wise, tone wise. Andi, For a bit of fun. I hope you're going to enjoy this course. And we're linking up train sounds to the harmonic and to the blues. Is it a coincidence that the blues boogie Woogie to do Teoh? Is that a coincidence? I don't know. Is it a coincidence that the trains the part of the train is called a bogey? Is this something to do with the booty. Rudy? I don't know. Just a coincidence. Nothing to worry about anyway. Grab your harmonica. You can use anyone you like. In this. I'm gonna be using a G harmonica because it's nice and low and resident. But you can get away with using a C because you'll be playing along on your own. We're not using backing tracks for this. I will give you some Metrodome tracks. Anyway. I started to waffle now, so let's get on with it. Let's get some work done. I'll see you inside. 3. Peter Treeby interview on steam trains: So what is it that you actually hear when the steam train starts? We have a good example here off Canada, which was a trade engine designed by civilian standing in before they pretty well just stop between Alaska Love Carlo and it's administration off very modern steam engine. And you see the flames where the fire is superheated steam in the boiler and that steam is controlled by this dome and they handle in the cab, which lifts the louse that feed the steam through two ports. One shoves the pistol out on drives the wheel, and the other takes the steam out through the funnel. And that is why you get the different sound. Is the ports off the So When it's winners, a locomotive starts. What? What would be the sounds you would expect to hear? First thing you hear is a gradually increasing its right increases. And if you don't get Weird Street and you shouldn't get people, you just met regulator gradually, then it will increase the speed of this engines caper. And if you increase the regulator, that's the accelerator. Separation based virtually allows mawr superheated steam to come through that Damon down with Sooners in this forum on what sound would you get if it was if the wheels were spinning, What sound would you get? Who so the wheels will be slipping? Yeah, So metallic case of metallics properly. It means those driving wheels going around the head of speed on the steam coming out is going to know who's on. And yet it's not moving right. Okay, What other things with the engine part? Because you got the engine part of it, then you about the rolling stock coming here. So what other parts of the of the engine would change sounds once it gets going to a reasonable speed, that's fairly consistent as it is. Very consistent. You could tell very per sensually. What speed doing by the sound of the steam coming out of the chimney, right. And what is going 100 miles now? You usually one blood good, because the pistons go so fast. You don't hear the gaps in between right now, when it's coming into the station, How would it sound change with breaks or something? So what's that? That surplus steam off. Okay, because he's probably if he's got a good farmer, he's probably build up far too much pressure. He's got to get that pressure in the super heated steam tubes up to above £120 a square inch to make this thing gather tool on. And when it comes to a whole probably blows off steam backs. Robert lies. So the other sounds, they're gonna change Breaking Yeah, and compression off the whole. Which one holdouts amount, Locomotive, will the compression off the train in total and well, instructions of the engine is to create a vacuum in all pipes that go away down the train. Because by statue you have to have the entire train great by vacuum pressure. And the way the train stops is the driver applies heir to the vacuum pipes. What she does that the brakes come on. You here as comes to a whole. Then you hear this click ticket kicking as the carriages buffer against each other on then against the rights as they all have the whole thing compresses. And so, as you were as a zit starts to move and accelerate, it would would you hear clanking as it decompress is you hear a clock not necessarily a lot of trouble. Uh, because they will want to No fixed. Wherever your city, you probably hear one or two, that's all. It s as they expand. Then you hear a crack in the way you get when you might be able. You need the engine that here, listening to these things does rather depend where you are. Very if you were in the engine, you don't hear the engine sound. So let's talk about rolling stock. So carriages have The chassis is called a bogey, right? The chassis is on which the bogies are mounting. The bogies under these have usually four wheels on the to do coach Mrs Asleep call to actions and it has six wheels are No. Four to reach bogey. So you hear because of these track separations A click every time the wheels going with gap Now it's no big gap big enough to make a night. This is the fish plant. That's right. These fish plays joined the real were the rails together on the no service by gangs. You get along and tighten nuts. Belt the hardwood in to make sure they don't fly apart Every time well goes over gap. You hear a trick. That's why you get the click, because there's four to go over each click. We don't really don't really so that will be with two axles. Don't don't have dumped. And when it goes like hell, because you will be separated, just just a continual sound. Be doing what if you have three axles? If you had a lot of sleeping car, you go three. We use at six at six wheels on each body while at the back of one of the front. So every time he goes over, Gatsby's did did. As the bogies give over the gaps, there's a quite different sound for a passenger coach with four. Yes, Okay, all right. That's interesting. On the gaps between the rails as they used to be before they're welded, uh, is secured by the fish plate on the gap has to be there for what reason, in some very hope, with the rail obviously expands. So the gap has to take that into account in the summer, and it also has to take into account that in the winter it contracts, so the gap doesn't want to be too great. Okay, these experience railway Ganga's, they know precisely what it should be. Right on. So now they're welded, so you don't have to worry about it. Okay? Um, no. The other things that might happen, I suppose reversing would change the sound because you have to come to a halt. You come to a whole because the driver's gonna reversing wheel in the cab and he can make the piston credential rise up. So when it is, push by just it goes backwards instead of forwards. And that means that you come to hold and then you go back with this. You Yeah, just the same. Starting. But the wheels are gonna get a life. Okay, If you work, you don't get up to anything like the speed. Hopefully the other thing we could just quit you discuss is the when, when the rails are interrupted by a level crossing or points, this would affect the sound limit. It effects the sound, and it possibly requires a driver to pull the chain which controls foot. Is this a little bit? What is that? Well, you know, in the days of the five most four expresses going out these case, they had a corridor tender. So the crew because it was nonstop from London to it. Friday, 400 miles. And the driver had to change places. Your with these calling. Who's in front of the first carriage and he crawled through this corridor. Right. Okay, Before you start, you was so you cool gold chain you. The engine makes a now, like a good that signals that you're about to settle. Okay. And you were talking about crossing points, right? And obviously you need to be switched from a slow line fast line or on your branch line on the mainline. Every have you go across points you could hear always wheels baking a noises they glide a with points is it could be being yanking as they go, right? Right on a level crossing also that interrupts the track to you hear sound at a level crossing with you. No, No, because it's probably got a 60 foot length that stretches over the crossing. Okay, all a particularly big what me might, But it would really be uninterrupted. Right? Okay. And you've driven these things yourself is which ones of you I don't drive on the blue Will Sussex? Uh huh. Always be Kino row engines the Flying Scotsman was too. The pain goes away for a month on. You paid your fee. And you? I went to Dr Fire. You drove up to call them back. So you have you driven the flying Scotsman. Oh, yes, yes. Great. Subaru, uh, control the four. Probably the amount of Steve to give members right? They vertical handle instead of this failure. And can we take a closer look at your tie? You see you wearing a tie, which has been it's called the West Somerset Railway. And I've got an Injun on the West Somerset, a great Western railway. 3 800 those in 1948 And it holds passionate trains. Or Lewis, which runs between my head. Excellent. Well, I think we would like to thank you so much for your insight into this world with steam trains, Mr. Treaty, Thank you so much. And your fee will be in the post. You better have a look at it. See if it meets your crew. 4. Trainsounds 3 first easy exercise: Now he is one of my favorite train sounds. I learned this from Joe Phyllis Co. Many, many years ago on. I think it's a really good exercise, if nothing else, but because it is something else. It's a beautiful train sound, and it's har har hoo hoo! That's it. Breathe out, Har har breathin who have done this before? In other courses? I won't spend much time on it, but here it is on the G harmonica. Out, out, in, in. Do you wanna join me? Doesn't matter if you're gonna use a see, it'll be all right or anything else. Really? But if you got a G, I'll be really cool. 123 Go way, uh, - way . - And I'm using just holes one and two on a G hab. This particular harmonica is a Ho Nam Marine band customized by Richard Slate. But anyone will do so. Doesn't matter. That's hard, hard who? So that's the 1st 1 to practice. Don't worry about going as fast necessarily as somebody else can. But you got to challenge yourself on this, so go as fast as you can make a note, get you mention them out and make a note of the speed you're going at and then see if you can just click it up a bit and go a little bit faster. We'll get the Metrodome out later on. Okay, so practice hard, who are not seeing the next lecture? 5. Trainsounds 4 zzacka tikka: So here's the Metro. You can use any kind of physical or app. Physical ones don't tend to go blank. Ha hoo hoo! Ha ha hoo! So that one's on 96 at the moment. So you are just going Teoh 83 it says, I thought I put 96 Anyway, they get the principle is that you just use your Metrodome. You can get one. I'll do some tracks a metre and tracks right at the end of this course. If you can't find one, um, it helps you keep to speed. So let's have a look at a few more. Um, Zucca. Imagine a steam train. This is the steams that's breathing out and then the same in. Okay, you gonna do this with me? So I'm bringing on a G again. You can use anyone you on. I'm also trying to just use one hand so that we just really work on the sound rather than bring the other hand in and complicated Later. We used to hunt right now, just one next one is ticker. Who? I'm going through these quite fast. I'm sure you'll get it, though. T ake breathing out on ticker breathing in on who take So whisper with me Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick. So the most important that is the tick is one breath out, but it's interrupted. And then the who is basic Just recovering. You're not really breathing in because you pushed out the air tick and you just let in the air come back in. So the who is a soft breath? I e Once you get used to that, you can sort of go into all of autopilot and make it a little bit faster. You want to try that? Are you ready to go faster? Stop of his too much. Do not kill yourself. Take a break. - Me And you could add the word doubly into that ticker who take a Dudley way. All right. How's that? You practice that you can use the backing tracks at the end, if you want, which is just a metre Name. Click or you could just use your own. Okay, practice that. Take your time. Andi, I don't get to breathe. Okay. See you next time. 6. Trainsounds 5 whistles: Let's do some train whistles. Show it now there's a different train whistle on every train. I don't if you heard about it, but let's just just a very simple one. House four and five breathing in saying the word. Wow! 04 and five. Breathing in saying the word. Wow, try it and you can do the same thing on three and four. Theo. Theo. I'm probably slightly bending the notes, but you don't need to really? So that's a simple train whistle. Now William McCoy has a whole series of syriza train sounds that when you listen to the recordings on The Archivist, which trophyless co put out on bass give you a link to that. If you just Google the archivist and then Google trains in that you'll find trains, this is good. This is the Santa Fe, and it's holes, uh, to draw. And then three drawer bent, three doors bent down to maximise. He got ah to draw and then three draw bent right down so those 22 draw and three draw bend together same time, pretty tricky. So that's according Teoh William McCoy. That's what the scent of a sounds like. And if it does. The seven Pacific, he reckons, is a three drawer maximum bend and then three Drawer three and four drawer. Not bent. What? What? What? What? What? Wow. So you can try that one, if you like. That's the Southern Pacific. The tpp is. Was that central? I don't transpacific. Maybe not Sure. Uh, the re with a touch of four. These are all subjective, but they're really fun to explore on the everyone else. We got the Texas Midland to draw, bend up the to draw starting bent and then released a with a little bit of dirt on it. Oh, Theo, A blow 12 chord. Oh, so that's the Texas Midland. And there are more where that came from. One of the great sources is to look on YouTube, of course. And to just google these amazing steam trains or diesel trains or anything just to just to get some ideas for sound. It would be doing that little bit later. So stick with it, will be doing that later. Learn those train sounds those whistles and get them ready to use. They had quite a good break for if you are very busy with you, It's very nice to be, Oh, as a little break. And then don't forget the Doppler effect as the sound as trains going past you, The sound the thief as it goes off into the distance. Okay, learn those and I see a next time bye for now. 7. Trainsounds 6 goa: Okay, so let's have a listen to this musical Railway tracks film on YouTube. Let's have a look at things. Particular trains a diesel, but it's got the unwell Did tracks. They have fish plates. So that's why you get the sound. So we're not interested in the engine noise interested in the rolling stock noise on the way. Wow, how about that? Get the car to go To get to go to God To get to go, To go, to get to go to God to get to Got to Got to Got to go That's how you hear it anyway could listen again If you like to take up to go to get to go, to come, to get to go, to count up, to go, to get to go, to go, to get to get up, to go, to go, to go, to get to go, to get to get to go, to get to go, to go way Okay, you can change whichever way you want to breathe, to get to go to car, to get to get to get to go, to go. That's how I'm hearing it. For the sake of argument. It doesn't really matter. It could be. Could be anything actually get to go. To go, to get to got to. Got to. Got to. Got to. Got to go to get to go to So I could work that into something if I wanted to. You could as well. So this is just to give you some ideas. Let's have a look at another one. That was around about 1 40 or so. So listen to this one, okay? I think getting ticketing, Ticketing, ticketing. Predict ticketing. Dick Ducting! Ticketing. Theo, it's up to you how you want to play it. Really? But you get the idea of just taking the ideas from these amazing cranes on that Someone look one more and then I'll leave you with it. You can just find this this video if you want. It's called musical Railway tracks on. Here's the next 13 30. So have a look at this one any other way? Well, he's got train carriages with two axle. So you've got duck, duck, duck, duck, duck as you here. That's the that is the last axle off one carriage that is the first off the next one that that's the last one. First one and then person again that duck that up to three. That 33 I don't know which is the best way to go. I think that sounds better. That's being out being out. Okay, so that's a little idea of how you can make up your own music from listening to the trains you next time. 8. Trainsounds 7 Salty: Now we come to another strange thing that I noticed. When you're playing slowly, you can make it swing. But when you're playing fast, you can't. And I was talking to Paul Lennon. The guy write books with about this, we would have my physical SP And he said, Well, when you listen to his slow playing data data on doing a lot to do dio But then it's when it's fast. T you can't really swing it. So here's an example of a train sandwiches by salty homes on. He starts by swinging it on. Then, as it gets faster, it goes straight. So it took a puck to to get up. Ah, you can join him if you like. Here we go start breathing out E Theo. At that point, it starts to go straight. I'll go on with it, but we've got a train whistle and he uses holds one and to draw and then blow. Oh, Theo, I'm slightly interpreting what I'm hearing. So you got ta now Be straight way. If you're struggling for breath, you can always stop if you want to, or you could just change a little bit. So I've added a bit in there. Which, when I was struggling, I was gonna go, Took a hot, took a huh? Huh? Just to get myself a little bit of break. So back to the took a Tucker way . We owe way to Kentucky to Tucker, to Tucker. So although I'm trying to push myself and get myself to be up to go faster and also to go longer because there's a stamina exercise as well, so I'm trying to push himself to do that. But you don't have to go. Same speed as may you can dio your speed and then you push yourself So please don't compete with me. Compete with yourself. So practice that make a note off the length of time you can do it for make a note of the speeding Get you mentioned talking, Talking Andi, just try to write it down and check on the next time. Maybe you can improve. All right. So practice, practice, practice and I'll see you next time. Bye. For now 9. Trainsounds 8 George: Okay. We're gonna take a look at George Bullet Williams and his Briscoe leaving Birmingham. So he's got to him something that you could call our who Who who are who? Who who on its in. Out, Out, Out. Ah hoo hoo hoo! In out, out, out. Which is very common that the first note in a group of four This is the engine sound, not the rolling stock sound. The piston sound is four on the 1st 1 is louder. Could be Ah, who do do I find that pretty hard. So I'm gonna just with ah who? Who? Who? Who tried 34? Theo coming a little faster Won t o or not now opening and closing the hand to something on to look at in this lecture. Oh, Oh, Do you hear any difference when I put my hands? Do you hear any difference? It seems to me it's a little bit like you imagine you're looking at a trainer. It's off into the distance. And when as the wind blows, it changes the sound way. You can always change these. I put a little bit there, two extra just to mess it up. 00 don't forget that I'm using this way of closing my hands against my face. I got this thumb pretty much permanently on there. This hand is pretty much connected all the way. Touching, connected, pressing together. Oh, that's why I'm holding it at the moment. Oh, okay. Practice that. Ah hoo hoo hoo. Or are who do do see how you get on with it. All right. See you next time. 10. Trainsounds 9 Flying Scotsman: okay. I was watching some movies about the Flying Scotsman. Ondas. You know, my step pop. Pete was a driver on the Flying Scotsman on duh. So he's interested to see it. So here's one sound of long shots and made in my interpretation as it was coming towards us in the movie Theo the Diggity. Breathing out the rest of us in do they want now is confusing with a steam train. Because you've got the sound of the engine and the sound of the rolling stock, which are two completely separate sounds and not really connected musically. Um, and then you had, uh, look but touch T t t t t breathing out because you can't support that for long. Penny. Um and then you had t t I'll be and help out. The train whistle was a three draw bent down, plus a six or six and seven together said three drawer bent and six and seven. So six is six and seven and three. Beautiful sound, isn't it? That's my interpretation. And as it was approaching, I had check it. He took a detective, took a detective, took a jacket. Integrity. Oh, wait tickety to teach um, as it's going past in the middle, you've lost to sound the engine a little bit, and you've got some of the rolling stock checking. Check it. Took it. No, that was the approach one. Take a checking top. Chicken toe, toe, toe, toe. Check it up to take. Jack could talk to cheap jacket top. Took G check top toe. Check it up. If you can't say it, you can't play it. But I can't say this ticket up to take it up. Take it up, T t check guys out. All writers in Teoh on. Then we had, um did that do that? Didn't that did it with a gap? Didn't do that. Do that, didn't I? Didn't that which we had before, earlier on in a previous lecture. And then we've got as it was leaving, I could hear deduct today. Don't be done. Just getting quieter. Detected that. And then you've lost the sound. The engine just rolling stock. The doctor was out on in onder out on a duck and then the opposite do duck out on do in on deck. It's a bit like the hoochie coochie man. Is there a connection? Do you think in Hoochie Coochie man And the trains? Is there a connection in the boogie Woogie and the bogies of the trains? Is there a connection? Okay. Okay. So very staccato as it goes away. Very staccato. That's my interpretation anyway. Good. OK, practice that. Mr Flying Scotsman. Various trains sent around that. Okay, Enjoy. I'll see you next time. 11. Trainsounds 10 Palmer McAbee: There's another great player core. Palmer McAbee. Andi uh, He's got a song called film Um Maccabees Railroad Song. I believe it's called on. He starts it with the sound. It's almost like a like a whiplash. When you listen to the original, you hear what I mean and it's clearly the sound of the steam as he is interpreted it. So I would call it Do Cash again, thanks to Joe for Lisk over helping out with these things. Gosh, so that part is the steam. That's really effective, isn't it? And I think I'm blowing the air. Not really through the harmonica eyes breathing in Dhaka is breathing out. It's quite hard to do that because you're really pushing these great exercises, man. I could really feel my stomach. Okay, she so that chicha is burning out. Very tough. One. Do feel free to pause this video if you wish on practice it now he's got another piece, which is the same piece. He then goes into a bit like heart. Who, but it's sped up so fast I can't manage it. It's I guess you'd say, Oh no, I'm getting closer to it. He's much faster than me. So it's just, uh oh, joining with me. Yeah, that just I think that's just hours of practices. And it's a very physical thing. The other one that he does in that particular piece is Maybe you could describe it as the train, perhaps going across a trestle So he's got and who had Who had a who. I think Adam's breathing. It sounds better. So he's going to go from this into one of his whistles, so that add a who? Theo. So I will go and lie down now and leave you to maybe practice that and see what you can do . I'm sure you got it better than me in no time at all. Okay, Work hard circulation.