Posted by Stan Besaw on July 11, 2001 at 22:02:13:
In Reply to: Re: Repost question: The Man With The Harmonica from Once Upon A Time In The West posted by Marjolein on July 11, 2001 at 03:18:27:
There isn't much to the sound file, but it sounds like the piece is in the key of A minor and the harmonica played is a key of D diatonic. The only playing I heard on the file was bending back and forth on the 4 draw. The actual notes would be an "E" note, 4 draw, bent down to "Eb".
: That would be fantastic! I've found a sample on CDNow:
: It's song no. 6. I would really appreciate it if you could help me out.
: : Never heard of it, but if you find a sample of it at CDNOW or AMAZON online, I will tell you the key and harmonica type. Paste the link in a reply.
: : Stan
: : : Hi There,
: : : Can anybody tell me what kind of harmonica is used for The Man With The Harmonica from Once Upon A Time In The West? Is it a G-harmonica? And is it diatonic or chromatic? I haven't got a clue but I'ld love to know, I hope someone can help me.
: : : Greetz, Marjolein
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