Harmonica Tab: Orange Blossom Special (Folsom version) by Johnny Cash

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Learn to play Orange Blossom Special (Folsom version) by Johnny Cash on your harmonica, the tab is below.

Song facts: “Orange Blossom Special” is sometimes referred to as the fiddler player’s national anthem. It was originally written in 1938 by Ervin T. Rouse.

Harmonica type: diatonic

Listen to the song:

Orange Blossom Special by Johnny Cash (for diatonic harmonica)

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Comments (2)

  • Lucio

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    In witch cord you need to play this?!

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    • JP Allen

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      This version of Orange Blossom Special is in the key of C during the vocals…he uses an F harmonica in the key of C. When the solo begins, the song changes to the key of F. The band is playing 3 chords, F, C and Bb. The F harp plays the F chord by blowing and the C chord by drawing. The Bb harp plays the Bb chord by blowing. jp

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