In this week’s Monday Mailbag, I’m granting a reader request for more harmonica music with these seven Christmas carols for the harmonica, just in time for the holidays.
Question: Do you have any more harmonica songs?
Please, give us more harmonica music! My dad had several chromatic harmonics and occasionally would play for us kids (6 of us). His favorites were “Que sera” and the “Marine Corp Hymn” Thanks for promoting the harmonica. I’ll pull mine out and one for my granddaughter today and practice the hymns you sent.
Answer: How about some Christmas carols for the harmonica?
To download seven of my favorite carols for you to play, click here: Christmas music for the harmonica
Remember, the harmonica holes are numbered #1-10. Blow air through the hole corresponding to the number in the music, and suck air through the numbers that are in parenthesis.
Included in this collection is the music for all the following Christmas carols. Enjoy!
- Angels We Have Heard on High
- Joy to the World
- Hark, the Herald Angels Sing
- Silent Night
- Away in the Manger
- I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In
- O Come, Let Us Adore Him
The harmonicas we use are Johnson Blues King Harmonicas in the key of C. They are inexpensive, well-constructed, and have a nice tone.
Incidentally, if you’re looking for a great way to focus your heart on Christ during this advent season, I’d love for you to check out my new devotional journal, Joy to the World. It will help you do exactly that.
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