Sonnyboy Williamson All My Love in Vain – HARMONICA goldust! Udemy

Sonnyboy Williamson All My Love in Vain – HARMONICA goldust! by Ben Hewlett

The Sonnyboy Williamson All My Love in Vain – HARMONICA goldust! course is undoubtedly the most interesting and the most sought after by those seeking to specialize in Music.

Learn how to play this amazing harmonica piece from Rice Miller. We will cover his solos, stabs, singing and style

Also, keep in mind that Ben Hewlett, professor of the course, is an excellent professional with worldwide recognition.

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What is the Sonnyboy Williamson All My Love in Vain – HARMONICA goldust! course about?

Come and learn Sonnyboy’s classic ‘All my love in Vain’ It’s very easy to start with and then presents some fascinating challenges along the way. I think you will gain a lot whether you are into blues or not. The skills and techniques we learn here will be very useful in any music. If you have a tune or subject that you would like me to teach please message me. Ben Hewlett is a very experienced music teacher who is able to be very patient and methodical. Each lecture will introduce you to the next group of notes – usually just 4 new notes and that’s it. This method is very easy for you to pick up the tunes as they are repeated over and over again until you have got it. You can even re-run the video if you find it useful. Take one course and learn your favourite tune. The try another. Remember you can always get your money back if you wish but otherwise you have lifetime access to the course. Imagine how amazing it will feel when you whip out your harmonica and play this tune – your friends and family will carry you shoulder high in triumph. Hopefully they don’t carry you out of town and dump you in the river, but hey, swimming’s good as well. The health benefits of playing the harmonica are well documented – google it. Your lungs get exercised, your lung capacity increases, aerobic movement is good for you, playing music makes you smarter they say. You will have fun on your own and with your friends, and more oxygen to the brain will make you think you are having a good time so it’s all good. The Copyright and Rights in Performances (Research, Education, Libraries and Archives) Regulations 2014 (extracts) The Library of Congress broadly give the same view. “(5) Not more than 5% of a work may be copied under this section by or on behalf of an educational establishment in any period of 12 months, and for these purposes a work, which incorporates another work is to be treated as a single work. Fair dealing with a work for the purposes of private study does not infringe any copyright in the work.” Any recordings used in my courses represent less than 5% of the entire work and are already in the public domain on YouTube. Any written transcriptions are written by me or my team to promote the work and the artist and to facilitate students who want to learn more about their music. Any audio backing tracks are written and recorded by me or my team to promote the work and the artist and to facilitate students who want to learn more about their music.

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