Christmas Gift Tip for The Little Ones in the Family

A four-hole diatonic harmonica is a good and cheap Christmas gift for the family’s younger members. It makes it easy to introduce a child to the fascinating world of music. The Finnish-language video, which English-speaking people can also understand, explains how to start with the harmonica. You can find the links for the four-hole harp, sheet music, and theory booklet on my homepage. In the sheet music booklet, you can see, e.g., followed by the songs “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” “Itsy-Bitsy Spider”, “Pieni nokipoika,” and “Lennä, lennä leppäkerttu.”

https://www.thomann.de/fi/hohner_speedy.htm

Hohner Speedy’s today price is 6.30 €. You find it at https://www.thomann.de/fi/hohner_speedy.htm

Those in USA at https://www.amazon.com/Hohner-Kids-PL-106-Musical-Harmonica/dp/B0002F53L4/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=Hohner+Kids+PL-106+Musical+Toys+Play+and+Learn+Harmonica.&qid=1669746914&sr=8-10

The video I mentioned before is below. Even you don’t understand English I courage you to view it because you will get a lot out of it.

The @ sign means that you should blow into the hole, and the £ sign means it is time to inhale; see the music sheet below.

Mary Had a Little Lamb SG01

Please click on the music sheet to enlarge it.

Yeah, Let’s Play the Harmonica Together with the Family
This Xmas 🙂

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23 Replies to “Christmas Gift Tip for The Little Ones in the Family”

      1. Thank you.
        Of course, I read your blog.
        But commenting is very hard because I can’t do it in my language.
        Google translates Finnish into other languages poorly. So, I don’t have help from there as not those who might read my comments in Finnish.
        Have a nice Sunday.
        YR

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