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  1. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by grahambop
    what you need is one of these.

    30 Note Music Box Set
    that's really cool! maybe if i do my romance and blue room my wife will let me buy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe2758
    that's really cool! maybe if i do my romance and blue room my wife will let me buy it
    yes I was intrigued with it, I would fancy doing a Bach fugue or something, would probably take me about a year!

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    omg hahahaha that is great

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    Quote Originally Posted by grahambop
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    Loved it, especially the C chord notation over every bar. But those pesky A flats keep popping up!

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    It might be accidental

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe2758
    Looking for standards with no accidentals so i can make a strip for my music box
    Many songs can be adjusted to diatonic notes only.

    Alex, from minisax.com, performs lots of songs (in a jazz context) on his 1-octave, diatonic minisax, with no accidentals.

    His web-site contains videos of his performances. There is a link on that page to even more videos.

    Erik, on eriktheflutemaker.com, also performs songs on his mini sax.

    These are definitely sources of songs for you to use for your purpose.

    Also, much blues is played on a pentatonic scale, which is a subset of a diatonic scale, with no accidentals.

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    So ... you can play My Romance and Blue Room with one of those Bob Dylan harmonica setups.