El Padrino

Title: El Padrino

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Posted by: berlotobruno


Here the melody notation and general comments about this song :

It also includes the chords which I recorded with five different harps .

It is in Cm and I use a Cm Harmonica.

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Note 1:    here I play in Cm using a Cm harmonica which is straight harp. Probably you will notice the 2dbb and 6db intonation are not good enough; this is due to the Cm harmonica is a very old C harp that I tuned by myself. I usually lower the pitch of the note by putting very small tin welding drops at the tip of the reed which vibrate more slowly because of the weight added.

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Note 2:    The Chords are:

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Note 3:

Accidentally I recorded the "3 4 and 5 draw" chord with an "A" harp which is Ab diminished. Although B diminished is in theory the correct chord , Ab dim sounds quite a bit good with the melody and might be an acceptable substitution in this case.

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