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  • Bach Cello Suite 1 on Wooden Melodica – circular breathing

    ‘Prelude’ from J.S.Bach’s Cello Suite No.1

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  • Ten years playing the melodica!

    I wanted to share how I learned to play Irish melodica, travelling to the Indian Himalayas, and combining melodica practice with meditation. I didn’t take a Yamaha Pianica, Hohner Melodica or Suzuki Melodion with me, can you recognise the one from the photo? Instead of taking melodica lessons, I listened to my favourite concertina player, and copied everything he did!

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  • Most expensive vs. cheapest melodica on Amazon Comparison

    A comparison of the Victoria Vibrandoneon and the cheapest melodica piano on Amazon! This melodica on Amazon: https://geni.us/pinkmelodica Check Ebay for a Vibrandoneon: https://ebay.to/2TBrX3Q

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  • Yamaha Pianica P37D Melodica Review 2020

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  • Playing Irish music on a MELODICA piano!

    The tunes are called: 1) The Glen Road to Garrick 2) Tuttle’s 3) Smugglers Reel 4) The Dog Amongst the Bushes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyhWdohYAZo

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  • Learn an Irish tune on Melodica

    If you want to play Irish music, you have a selection of instruments open to you. Some of these fall into the ‘traditional’ category, and some, including the melodica, into the ‘alternative’ category. There are instruments for backing (playing the accompaniment), and there are instruments that play the tunes (melodies). Traditional tune playing instruments you’ll find at an Irish music session are the wooden flute, fiddle (violin), tin whistle, uilleann pipes (pronounced ‘illin’), banjo, concertina,…

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  • Irish melodica – circular breathing

    All circular breathing!! A traditional style Irish reel (called the ‘Old Red Lion’) composed and played by Daren Banarsë. The melodica is very similar to both the concertina, harmonica and accordion in sound and construction.

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  • 13 MELODICAS comparison review

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  • 3D Printed Melodica

    This melodica may look like a traditionally made musical instrument, but it was actually 3D printed in plastic, and sprayed silver to look like metal. The keys were coated with wood and ivory from a scrap piano to give it a curious vintage look. “The melodica has always had great potential as a serious musical instrument, it’s just that they’re made for kids”, says maker, Daren Banarsë. “I started playing on one of these toy…

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