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Harmonica enthusiasts in Pink City

DNJAI80196 | 9/13/2017 | Author : Palak Juneja | WC :247

Aiming to revive harmonica, music enthusiasts from around the country performed at the heritage sites of Jaipur

To celebrate music that has been ringing in the ears for generations now, the music enthusiasts from around the country gathered in the Pink City and performed for the local people and tourists at the heritage sites including Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal and Albert Hall. Age, gender or profession is no bar for music and the passion for harmonica (aka mouth organ) got children as young as 8-years-old, to people as old as 80 years of age on a same platform to perform.
The harmonica players of the group are not professionals but they are mere enthusiasts. From doctors to students and army officers to house-wives, people from all classes of life participated and performed together. “This two-day program was organised by the harmonica en
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