Links

The National Harmonica League - The membership body for harmonica players and enthusiasts.

Cathal Johnson's definitive Irish Harmonica website for professionals and enthusiastsand covers all things to do with Irish Harmonica, including customisation and maintenance by Cathal who is Service Repairer for All-Ireland for Hohner.

Scottish Culture and Traditions is run by people who love tradition and want to help everyone else appreciate the cultural heritage of Scotland. It is a Charity based in Aberdeen and its aim is to promote awareness and growth of Scottish traditional culture, and to do so in a way, which brings enjoyment, encouragement, enthusiasm and a sense of community. This they do by organising courses and events, amongst which number two Moothie courses.

Radio Farne - Highly recommended, a free web site with the best of Northumbrian music.  Programme three is particularly good and features the late Will Atkinson (see "Other Genre" page) on harmonica.

Foot Stompin' Celtic Music - Main Scottish Celtic music web site for discussion, information and buying music.

The Session - Discussion and information web site for Irish Traditional Music (ITM) which often covers Scottish Celtic also.

George Current is compiling a history of the Scots Moothie, for which he is seeking further information.

Nigel Gatherer's Moothie page - A comprehensive listing of Scottish Moothie players.

Scots-Irish Music - Harmonica page of the Scots-Irish Music web site.

Pat Missin - is the renowned authority on all things harmonica.

Spirit and Blues is the website of a small Label featuring harmonica related CDs, accompaniment tracks and a internet radio station focusing on the harmonica.

The Tremolo is a website dedicated, as the name suggests, to the Tremolo harmonica.  Interesting and informative it is well worth a visit.  The site also has a link to big-harmonica, the only harp group dedicated to the Tremolo as well bass, octave, orchestral and other "big" harmonicas.

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