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Gaitistas - Outros Países
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Alberto Magnaghi Alexander Belkin Beppe Conti Big Harmonica Bob
Bill Barrett Bill McLean
Bliggins and Goines Bob Bogdal Bob Corritore
Bob Stannard Brian Potenziano
Charlie Musselwhite Chris Hammer Smith
Chris Harper Curtis Salgado
David Hurricane Hoerl
Farkas Sándor Gary Primich
George Buttler George Heard
Hurricane Bob Alfano
Jassó Ferenc Jean Jacques Milteau
Jean Toots Thielemans
Joan Pau Cumellas
Joe Lee Bush
Jon Eriksen Juke Logan
Leroy Falconi Jr
Magic Dave Therault
Martinek Árpád Matthew Skoller
Nelsen Adelard Pat Hayes
Pat O,Brien Pat Ramsey Paul Brodsky
Paul deLay Paul Lamb
Peter Madcat Phill Duncan
Sergio Castelli Smith
R. J. Mischo Randy Singer René Perriér
Roberto Vernett Rock Bottom
Ron Campbell School Boy Cleve Shakin Smith
Simon Honeyboy Hickling
Sonny Boy Terry Sonny Boy Williamson Stan Harper Stan Ruffo
Steve "The Harper" Mehlberg
Steve Potter Stevie Guyger Stevie Wonder Sugar Blue Tom Ball Tom Hall Wally Sweet Daddy Greaney
Harmonicistas de outros países organizados por classificação
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Harmonicistas de Blues, Folk e Música Celta
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- Adam Gussow from Satan & Adam
- Aníbal Repetto - Argentine blues harp player.
- Beth Kohnen - female blues harmonica player.
- Blues Bands Online - Bluesboys collection.
- Blues Fools - the West Coast Jump mp3 & real audio tracks
- Blues Is Truth - with harp player Pete 'Bleedin Lips' Elliott
- Brendan Power - Celtic and traditional music player taking the world by storm with his playing
- Bruno Kowalczyk - celtic music from France on all types of harmonica.
- Cadijo - French gypsy blues and harp
- Carlos Del Junco - 1996 Blues Musician of the Year
- Charlie McCoy - The best country harmonica player
- Charlie Musselwhite and his agency and gigs
- Cyril Davies - father of the UK blues harp
- Dan O'Connell from Washington, USA
- David Toussaint - London pro musician, community worker and teacher.
- Deford Bailey - one of the most influential of the early players
- Dennis Gruenling and Jump Time
- Dennis "The Harmaniac" Cooper's Friends and Players page - possibly the best collection of links to harmonica players
- Don Baker, Irish rock/blues harmonica player and actor.
- Donald Black, Scottish Celtic Harmonica player.
- Roy Hugman, Northumberland moothie players like Ernie Gordon.
- Eddie Martin - a great blues harp/guitar player from Bristol, UK.
- Fabrizio Poggi - folk harmonica player and music researcher from Northern Italy
- Giles Hedley - has been singing and playing blues across UK and Europe since the sixties
- Giles King - NHL member and harp player with Lightnin' Willie and the Poorboys, and Hucklebuck
- Gonzalo Araya - blues on diatonic and chromatic from Chile
- Harmonica Buzz - inspired by DeFord Baily
- Harmonica Lewinsky - Robert Ryan plays in Scotland
- Ian Briggs - an NHL champion who has returned to the harmonica after running a restaurant.
- The David Raphael Band - David Raphael on vocals, keyboards, and harmonica.
- James Cotton - Mr Superharp is still touring at the age of 70.
- James Thurgood - a Celtic performer, with roots in Cape Breton.
- Jason Ricci - and New Blood, from Nashville, Blues and Jazz overblow/overdraw player
- Jefferson Gonçalves - a blues player from Brazil
- Jerry Portnoy - ex-Muddy Waters player plus tuition course
- JJ Milteau - a great French blues harp player.
- Joe Filisko - American player & harmonica customiser.
- John Coster - integrates traditional music with original songs. Listen to the song: 'The Dream of the Golden Toad' on the 'music' page at:www.johncoster.com
- John Mayall - living proof of the UK blues scene for over 40 years. Plus the unofficial site
- Alan Glen - The Barcodes, a funky blues and jazz outfit.
- John O'Leary - one of the first UK blues harp player with Savoy Brown in the 1960s and still working with his own band
- John Popper - has a distinctive style & likes to play fast
- Keiran Docherty - Rev Doc and the Congregation. Former NHL Champion
- Kim Wilson and the Fabulous Thunderbirds, and his Blue Collar record label
- Laurie Garman - plays with The City Shakers
- Lee Oskar Bio page
- Lee Sankey - one of the best and most inovative players in the UK. Don't miss the Lee Sankey big band if you get a chance to see them.
- LynAnn Hyde from Oregon plays blues harp with guitarist Stu Kinzel.
- Mark Feltham of the original Nine Below Zero
- Mark Sibley - leader of the Nightflies band
- Mat Walklate - The Mouchers - The Sturdy Beggars - versatile modern and Celtic harmonica player.
- Terry Carter - and his Rhythm, Boogie and Blues band from Kent.
- Mickey Raphael - Harp player with Willie Nelson.
- Pete Hope-Evans - worked with the Who & known on the sessions circuit
- Pierre Dacquin - French player playing a range of styles, including Country & Western
- Robert Ivacic - from Slovenia.
- Rob Paparozzi - US session player, Jake with the Original Blues Brothers Band, and member of The Hudson River Rats.
- Sandra Vazquez - Female Argentinian blues player
- Sonny Boy Williamson II Sonny Boy's Lonesome Cabin - Bill Donoghue AKA 'fessor Mojo's great tribute to this fascinating man and his music.
- Steve Baker, gigs, and instructional books and CDs.
- Steve Shaw's comprehensive Irish harmonica page
- The Blue Flame Cafe an interactive biographical encyclopedia of the great blues singers and singers of the blues, including some of harp players.
- The Blue Highway - Probably one of the biggest collections of blues links I have come across - sites, artista, radio, festivals, labels.
- The Lyndon Anderson Band - Harmonica driven Funk, Soul and Blues
- The William Clarke Tribute Site : Lots of photos
- Tim Corbett plays with Gentleman Tim & The Contenders, from Surrey.
- Blues In Russia, a site created in Russian by Fedor Romanenko, with great collection of Russian and World blues artists. Discographies and lyrics are in English
- Val Tomato Brazilian player
- Wanderin' Wilf Taylor - Richard Taylor tuition site.
- Whiskey River - Teacher Aidan Sheehan plays Louisiana-style zydeco music, deep south-style blues and good rocking country sounds
- Will Tang - singer, guitarist, and harp player from Rochdale, Lancashire
- Blues Fools - Vocals blues band from Hungary/Europe with some mp3 & real audio tracks
- Maria Coyote - Female singer, guitarist & harp player
- Blue Slim - Japanese Chicago Blues enthusiast.
- www.bligginsandgoines.com Bliggins and Goines are a guitar and harmonica duo playing and singing country blues, americana and folk music from New Jersey, USA.
- Jan van Gastel's Blues Page with information on his band and equipment with a review of the videos and books he learned from.
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Harmonicistas de Clássico, Jazz, Bandas e Música Moderna
- Larry Adler, the best perfomer/entertainer. He gave regular concerts for 70 years, but died in August 2001 at the age of 87.
- Tommy Reilly - a giant of the chromatic harmonica who died September 2000, aged 81.
- Ronald Chesney - harmonica genius
- Max Geldray - Max led the way as the first jazz harmonica player.
- Harry Pitch has been a leading band leader, session man, and harmonica player for over 50 years.
- Franz Chmel - a Austrian performer, widely regarded as having the most advanced chromatic technique.
- Willi Burger
- Yew Hong-Yen Classical player from Singapore
- Robert Bonfiglio - a US harmonica virtuoso
- Jean Labre A wonderfully informative site
- Sigmund Groven - a Norwegian chromatic player who studied and worked with Tommy Reilly.
- Anthony Lau - a chromatic soloists who joined the Chinese YMCA Harmonica Orchestra in 1956 in Hong Kong and is now in Canada.
- Claude Saubestre - a French classical player.
- Claude Garden - a French classical and recently jazz player
- Vincent van Rooyen - a South African soloist and leader of a Trio.
- Alexandre Thollon - a young versatile French winner of the 98 World Championship at Trossingen.
- Toots Thielemans - the father of jazz harmonica
- Julian Jackson - classically trained UK jazz and session performer who studied under "Toots" Thielemans.
- Adam Glasser - London based pianist and chromatic jazz player and his his mySpace site.
- Harry Pitch has been a leading band leader, session man, and harmonica player for over 50 years.
- Graham Pike- UK chromatic player, composer, musical director, producer for TV & Theatre
- Johnny Maxim - played for Hohner in London in the 50s and is still playing saxophone and harmonica around his home in Essex.
- Jens Bunge - a German Jazz chromatic player
- Hendrik Meurkens - a chromatic jazz player from Germany
- Howard Levy - chromatic jazz and middle eastern music on a diatonic.
- Frédéric Yonnet - a brilliant young jazz diatonic player from France living in Washington DC.
- PT Gazell - from Bluegrass to Jazz, based in the US.
- Olivier Ker-Ourio - a French chromatic jazz player
- Mike Turk - one of the best jazz harmonica players
- Bruno de Filippi - an Italian Jazz harmonica player
- Richard Hunter - Harmonica jazz virtuoso
- Giulio Brouzet - Italian blues & jazz chromatic player.
- Lars Ringgaard - a Danish performer and teacher.
- Borrah Minevitch's Harmonica Rascals. The oldest all-harmonica group, formed in the 1920s and performing through the early 1950s, which split off the Harmonicats and others.
- The Harmonicats Story. Jerry Murad's Harmonicats.
- Jerry Murad and the Harmonicats. A successful stage group which had success in the late '40s and '50s.
- Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang. Another successful harmonica group.
- Morton Fraser's Harmonica Gang - a well loved British comedy harmonica group who played in the '40s and '50s.
- Pete Pedersen - fantastic arranger and chromatic player from the great days of the US harmonica groups.
- Fata Morgana - a harmonica quartet from Holland.
- FRESCO Harmonica Ensemble - from Malaysia
- Quintett Butterfly Group - from Austria, all students of Walter Burchinger
- Harmoco- (French) A journey throughout jazz, french songs, musicals film and film soundtracks
- Chris Bauer - New York Jazz harmonica player. Son of Bob who played chord with The Harmonikings
- King's Harmonica Quintet. - a talented and dedicated group from Hong Kong.
- Dallas Harmonica Trio - Frank Halovanic, John Halovanic, and Jerl Welch.
- The Society Boys - A harmonica trio from New York, USA.