[ UK /hɑːmˈɒnɪkɐ/ ]
[ US /hɑɹˈmɑnɪkə/ ]
  1. a small rectangular free-reed instrument having a row of free reeds set back in air holes and played by blowing into the desired hole
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How To Use harmonica In A Sentence

  • I play the piano, so it is natural for me to think ‘harmonically’ a lot of the time (one can hear harmonies instantly on a piano; also mainstream jazz is extremely harmony driven).
  • She played the tambourine, the xylophone, and the harmonica, all to our swooning hearts' delight.
  • He has here at home a harpsichord, forte-piano, harmonica, guitar, violin, and German flutes, and at Williamsburg, he has a good pipe organ. Colonial Children
  • The band has a strong emphasis on vocals and harmony with guitarists, concertina, keyboard, accordion and harmonica backing.
  • But Andrew had never thought the harmonica was a toy. Yolonda's Genius
  • There is an electric guitar, drums and a harmonica. The Sun
  • Our harmonica player and singer finally resorted to roadying to make ends meet.
  • He was a banjo, guitar and harmonica playing fan of the blues. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, the key of B, with five sharps, is enharmonically equivalent to the key of Có, with 7 flats.
  • I airport parking at luton been blabby a lot sociobiologically ended harmonica screening and what scamp the firsthand from the bad from the cephalopodan. Rational Review
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