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  • Bluesharp.org: A single page which organizes many of the harp resources on the Internet.
  • CrossHarp.com: Contains harmonica-related links and streaming Real Audio.
  • Diatonic Harmonica Tunings for Celtic Music: Breton harmonica player Jean Sabot offers information on alternte tunings for Celtic harmonica. Site also includes some scores, a discography of his work, and his itnerary.
  • Frank Bard Harmonica: My new CD demonstrates the versitility of the diatonic harmonica played crossharp style. It includes easy listening, western swing, bluegrass, blues, standards, gospel, and country music.
  • Harleys Harps: A site to buy,sell trade old,rare unusual harmonicas and related items. Also the home site for HCI ( harmonica collectors international). Quarterly news letter for members.
  • Harmonica Players on the Web: A complete listing of many players and featuring pro and amateur players, male and female, diatonic and chromatic, and all styles of music.
  • Harmonicas on Display at the National Music Museum, Vermillion, SD.: A list of harmonicas on display, with links to photos.
  • Harp On! Harmonica Resources: G Maj has assembled some good links here.
  • Jan van Gastel's Blues Harmonica Site: Information about the diatonic harmonica: types of harps, repairing and customizing harps, which comb to use, amplifiers, and reviews.
  • Learn Harmonica: Learn to play harmonica for free. Free instruction, songs, tabs, tips, sound files, CDs keyed, message board, chat room, and theory.
  • Overblowing the Diatonic Harmonica: Based on the techique popularized by Howard Levy. Offers practice routines and harp modifications, and recordings of overblow-heavy harmonica pieces.
  • Ron Good's Harphouse: Harmonica links & lessons and other information from a Canadian multi-style harmonica player from British Columbia. Some info on equipment, amps, mics.
  • SPAH's List of Harmonica Industry Resources: Guide to harmonica merchants, manufacturers, repairmen, publications, and accessories.
  • Suzuki Musical Instruments: Pictures, descriptions, and ordering information for harmonicas.
  • eharmonica: An extension on "The Encyclopedia of the Harmonica" by Peter Krampert, Eharmonica features biographies of 100's of harmonica players and links to their recordings.

 

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