National Harmonica League

HarmonicaUK The National Harmonica League
The NHL is Britain's national harmonica association, with members world wide, supporting and encouraging the playing of all types of music on the chromatic, diatonic, tremolo, octave and chord harmonicas. Paul Jones is our President.

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Links Page Four - Harmonica Performers and Enthusiasts

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Blues, Folk and Celtic Harmonica Performers.

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Classical, Jazz, Groups, and Modern Performers.


  • 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.
  • Edu de gaita - Brazilian classical virtuoso.
  • 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.

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Enthusiasts Web Sites.

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Harmonica Gig Date Diaries.

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