mouth harp


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mouth harp

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Noun1.mouth harp - a small rectangular free-reed instrument having a row of free reeds set back in air holes and played by blowing into the desired holemouth harp - a small rectangular free-reed instrument having a row of free reeds set back in air holes and played by blowing into the desired hole
free-reed instrument - a wind instrument with a free reed
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They also play a number of instruments including the morin huur, the maodun chaoer, a threeholed flute, and a Mongolian version of the lute, in addition to the mouth harp.
The instrument goes by several names: Jew's harp, jaw harp, mouth harp or juice harp, and it's been in use since as early as the fourth century B.
Performing both traditional and contemporary music on a copious array of instruments, Frank Welcomme (upright bass, guitar, mouth harp and accordion), John Finnan (guitar and autoharp) and Andy (guitar, mandolin, five string banjo and accordion), share the lead vocals, each supported by the others' brilliant harmonies.
It also gave us a chance to really search around for the perfect guests artists, like Erin (Atkinson) and Jeff (Dotter),” who recorded featured vocals and mouth harp on the album respectively.
Have you ever considered that one person might play the mouth harp and pass along her strength and vision and knowledge?
Throw in some kiddie pools, maybe a mouth harp or two, and stage it promenade-style with the actors surrounding the audience and you get an idea of u hat it's like to spend time with Gilbert and Sullivan through the Hypocrites' eves.
The five ladies of Sthree Thaal Tharang play mouth harp and percussion and string instruments, alternating between classic carnatic pieces in which the ghatam accompanies and Sukkanya's original compositions in which it leads.
On the first track of the new Ollabelie album, a clavinet, sounding like an electrified mouth harp, hacks out a riff that echoes "Rag Mama Rag" by The Band.
Maudlin country treats wrapped in spooky woodwind, ghostly mouth harp and wheezing harmonium?