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Masters of the Blues Harp

Note-for-Note Transcriptions from Classic Recorded Performances

By Glenn Weiser

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Masters of the Blues Harp (Note-for-Note Transcriptions from Classic Recorded Performances). For Harmonica. Harmonica. Blues. Difficulty: medium-difficult. Harmonica songbook. Standard notation, harmonica tablature, notation legend and introductory text. 87 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.690181).

ISBN 0793572711. With standard notation, harmonica tablature, notation legend and introductory text. Blues. 9x12 inches.

This exceptional, content-packed collection features 21 classic recordings of the great artists of the blues harp, transcribed and annotated by Glenn Weiser. Includes biographies of each personality, easy-to-read tablature, a notation guide, extensive performance notes, and a foreword by the legendary Charlie Musselwhite. Songs include: Baby, Scratch My Back, Bottom Blues, I'm Ready and more.

  • Work Song  Performed by Paul Butterfield
  • Sad Hours  Performed by Little Walter
  • Born Blind  Performed by Sonny Boy Williamson II
  • Too Young To Die  Performed by Sonny Boy Williamson II
  • I'm Ready  Performed by Cary Bell
  • The Goat  Performed by Sonny Boy Williamson II
  • Bye Bye Bird  Performed by Sonny Boy Williamson II
  • Rocker  Performed by Little Walter
  • I Got Love If You Want It  Performed by Slim Harpo
  • The Big Boat  Performed by Charlie Musselwhite
  • Blues in the Dark  Performed by George Smith
  • Now Tell Me Baby  Performed by Big Walter Horton
  • Bottom Blues  Performed by Sonny Terry
  • Caravan  Performed by Gary Primich
  • Baby, Scratch My Back  Performed by Slim Harp
  • Blue Light  Performed by Little Walter
  • Good Morning Little Schoolgirl  Performed by Sonny Boy Williamson
  • I Ain't Got You  Performed by Sugar Blue
  • Juke  Performed by Little Wwalter
  • Little Red Rooster  Performed by Sugar Blue
  • Don't Go No Further  Performed by Mojo Buford
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  • January 05, 2007 It's so difficult!

    It's a very good book, with so many, many details, and the songs are very difficult to play but so good chosen! You just take three months to got ( bad) one song but you got the feeling to get better

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  • May 24, 2005 Worthless

    The biggest problem with this book is finding recordings to match the transcriptions. Artist don't always record a song the same way twice. Unless you read music VERY well, don't waste your money. I've been playing blues harp for several years, but found this book of little...


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