Recent Examples of harmonica from the Web
And music lovers of all skill levels will gather in dozens of cities for single-instrument jam sessions for everything from accordions, cellos and dulcimers to harmonica, ukuleles, violins and voices.
Thirty years ago, Chicago blues harmonica whiz Corky Siegel made a bit of music history launching his Chamber Blues.
Charlie Musselwhite is a harmonica dynamo and a similarly affable singer.
Salgado's voice sounded great and his harmonica, even better, but Portland fans had to wonder if Allman would be able to make it back.
A West Virginia harmonica player who would lure the greatest rock star in pop history to Music City to make four albums.
The Edge takes to the piano and Bono puffs at his harmonica.
Rogue frequencies and free-form, howling feedback are left to burn out, while drums, a harmonica, sporadic vocals, and even a banjo fight to keep up.
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Origin and Etymology of harmonica
Italian armonica, feminine of armonico harmonious
First Known Use: 1762See Words from the same year
HARMONICA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of harmonica for English Language Learners
: a small musical instrument that is played with your mouth
HARMONICA Defined for Kids
Definition of harmonica for Students
: a small musical instrument held in the hand and played by the mouth
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