Easy Harmonica Lesson – Auld Lang Syne

Dec 28, 2016 | Beginner Harmonica Lessons

Hello and welcome to this week’s harmonica lesson! I hope that you have all had an enjoyable Christmas, and are looking forward to the new year. This week we are going to be learning a very well known tune – Auld Lang Syne.

In Scotland it is traditional to play this on the 31st December which the Scots call Hogmanay.

You will need a harmonica in the key of G, and we will be playing in 1st position. Like last week, there are no bends in this one so everyone can play.




Auld Lang Syne Audio Clips

Here are some recordings of me playing each lick for you to hear what they should sound like.

Thank You

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Happy harping!

Happy Hogmanay!

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