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Farmotabs is a page for diatonic harmonica tablatures.

 

A tablature contains more information than a score. It shows you how to play a melody with your instrument, in which hole to blow or to draw, to make bends or not etc ...

It is something pedagogical written by a harmonica player for another harmonica player.

 

They are separated in 4 categories from EASY to DIFFICULT. Some are free and others are not.

I put at your disposal a new kind of tabs that also include the rhythm.

So, if you know the rhythmic notation, you will have ALL the necessary musical information and if you do not, you’ll have the indications of which hole to blow or to draw, to make bends or not etc ...

BELOW YOU WILL SEE THAT

READING THESE TABS IS VERY EASY:

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The tabs:

 

"Oh! Susanna" is a minstrel song by Stephen Foster (1826–1864), first published in 1848. It is among the most popular American songs ever written. Members of the Western Writers of America choose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. In 1st position with a D harmonica.

 

Amazing Grace is a Christian hymn with words written by John Newton (1725–1807), a redempted captain of slave ships. With the message that forgiveness and redemption are possible regardless of sins committed, it is one of the most recognizable songs in the English-speaking world.

In 1835 William Walker assigned Newton's words to a traditional song to create the song. 

 

A  very tipical blues . That's what you need if you're not yet used to the standard 12 bars blues and want to practice. You'll see very easily the chords changes. 

 

"You Gotta Move" is a traditional African-American spiritual song. The lyrics carry the Christian message that regardless of one's situation in life, it is God who determines one's ultimate fate. Beginning around the 1940s, the song has been recorded by a variety of gospel musicians.  Here in 2nd position with a F harmonica.

 

A  very tipical blues . That's what you need if you're not yet used to the standard 12 bars blues and want to practice. You'll see very easily the chords changes.  With some bends!

 

St. James Infirmary Blues is an American jazz song of uncertain origin. Louis Armstrong made the song famous in his 1928 recording . The melody is 8 bars long. Tabs for a low F. 

 

Difficult for me not to put one of my tunes !! This tune is the first one you will listen in my brand new album "Para los que se quedaron". "Java de 9h15"is played with a Eb harmonica but the tabs allow you to play it in the key you want. The name Java come from the tipically parisian sensual danse of the beginning of the XX century. It is a kind of accelerated vals. 

 

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) was one of the definitive leaders of Scandinavian music. Although composing many short piano pieces and chamber works, the work Grieg did for Henrik Ibsen stood out. Peer Gynt's travels around the world and distant lands are represented by the instruments Grieg chooses to use

 

"Misirlou"is a song from the Eastern Mediterranean . The earliest known recording  is a 1927 Greek rebetiko / There are also Arabic (belly dancing), Armenian, Persian, Indian, and Turkish versions. Here in 1st position with a C harmonica. 

FARMOTABS

Farmotabs is a virtual library of diatonic harmonica tabs, which include rhythm and all you need to play your favorite tunes. Now, you can get these tabs and choose songs adapted to your level, in the style of music you wish, and  you can ask us to convert in harmonica tabs specific new tunes that you want to learn! You can also specify in which position you want it or let us find the easiest way.

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