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He ran into the storeroom and brought out a gaudily painted harmonica, sat down on a bench, and spreading his fat legs apart began to play like a whole band.
He resurrected the harmonica with which it was his wont, ashore in public-houses, to while away the time between bottles.
And I met others, including the Vigy brothers, who ran the place, and, chiefest of all, Joe Goose, with the wicked eyes, the twisted nose, and the flowered vest, who played the harmonica like a roystering angel and went on the most atrocious tears that even the Oakland water-front could conceive of and admire.
He was wholly absorbed in the making of a nondescript machine, a sort of crude harmonica with a clock-spring reed, a magnet, and a wire.
The manager each day would play a chromatic harmonica.
Spectrum Health Zeeland Community Hospital is pleased to offer the award-winning Harmonica Program for Better Breathing beginning Wednesday, September 20.
com)-- Akkordica is a Virtual Accordion, Harmonica and Melodica software that covers a wide range of sounds, by combining the traditional accordion performance and modern digital functionality.
The well-known harmonica player won the 2010 Blues Music Award for Best Harmonica Player and has performed alongside blues talents like Walter Trout, Nick Moss and Zac Brown.
One problem: His mother has hidden his harmonica because he keeps falling asleep in class.
Blues harmonica legend James Cotton died at a medical center in Austin, Texas on Thursday, at the age of 81, a representative for the musician's label Alligator Records confirmed.
Belgian harmonica player Toots Thielemans also played with Miles Davis and Ella Fitzgerald.
In the show, his character is seen playing the harmonica whenever he is alone and to make his character look convincing, the dedicated actor started learning the instrument.