Harmonica Tab: Jingle Bells by Unknown

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Learn to play Jingle Bells by Unknown on your harmonica, the tab is below.

Song facts: “Jingle Bells” was originally written to be sung at American Thanksgiving time. Apparently the song was inspired by the town sleigh races in Medford, Massachusetts in the 19th Century. Medford is also supposedly where “Jingle Bells” was written.

Harmonica type: diatonic

Listen to the song:

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Jingle Bells (for diatonic harmonica)

-4  -7  -6  6  -4

-4 -4 -4  -7  -6 6  5

5  7  -7  -6 -8

-8  -8  7  -6  -7

-4  -7 -6  6  -4

-4 -7  -6 6  5

5  7  -7  -6 -8 -8  -8 

-8  8  -8  7  -6  6  -8

 

-7 -7  -7  -7 -7  -7

-7 -8  6  -6  -7

7  7  7  7  7  -7  -7 

-7 -7 -6  -6  -6 -7  -6

-7 -7  -7  -7 -7  -7 

-7 -8  6  -6  -7  

7  7  7  7  7  -7 -7  

-7 -7 -8  -8 7 -6 6

 

 

 

Comments (1)

  • Bijan Zarei

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    I used to play this song starting with 3 blow that is G on a C harmonica while yours start with 4 draw that is D note. I played the same as you with 5 flats all the way.

    I’m trying this song for my little daughter who is 4.5 years old. After a quick Internet search I undrestood that the notation above is correct and match the original song.

    Thank you.

    Reply

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