Harmonica Tab: Big Rock Candy Mountain by Traditional

Written by admin on . Posted in Blog: Harmonica Articles, Harmonica Tabs

Learn to play Big Rock Candy Mountain by Traditional on your harmonica, the tab is below.

Song facts: “Big Rock Candy Mountain” is a folk song about a homeless person’s idea of paradise. The song was first recorded in 1928 by Harry McClintock. Before it was recorded, McClintock used to sing the song as a street busker. 

Harmonica type: diatonic

Listen to the song:

Struggling to make Big Rock Candy Mountain sound awesome? Try improving your single notes and bends first with these easy video lessons >> Click here

Big Rock Candy Mountain by Harry McClintock (for diatonic harmonica)

3    4    4  -3 3  4    4    -3

 3   3   4   4  -4    -4   5   6

 3    3   4     4   4 -4-4  5  4

 3  3   4    4   -4  4   4   6

6  -6 -6  -6 -6  6     6    -6 -6 6

-6 -6   6   -5  5   -4   4

3    4   4  -3   3    4  4   -3

3   3   4   4   -4 -4  5   4

 

5  -4   4   4    4 -4  5 6

6    6  -6   -6     7    7   6

6    6   -6  -6   7   -6  6  5 

6    6   -6    6  -5 5   -4

  -4   5   4   4   4  -4   5  6

 6   6  -6    -6    7  7  6

6   6   -6   -6  -6   6

 6   6  -6 -6 -6   6

 6  -6 -6 -6    6

 6  -6  -6  -6    6

5  -5   6   6   -4 -5  5   4 

Tell the harmonica world what you think...

(Spamcheck Enabled)