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Minor Third Shuffle Download
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This is a study of minor key blues and third position.  Minor keys are more challenging on the harp than standard blues keys.  Third position is one option worthy of study for minor keys.  It was first recorded by Little Walter on the Muddy Waters song Lonesome Day in 1951. This song requires solid tongue blocking and demands that you really develop the skill of going from a clean single note on hole 4 to the split 4 on 4/1.  Ideally, there should be no changes to the lips and jaw.  Move only the tongue.  The breathing and bending demands are moderate, except for the solos.  This song has no chords, only “chordal effects.” 
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