The podcast that provides profiles of great harmonica players and technicians from around the world
Dec. 19, 2020

Fata Morgana interview

Fata Morgana interview

Fata Morgana are a Dutch harmonica quartet, who first formed in 1980 after meeting at the Eindhoven Harmonica Club. Two of the original members survive from that time, with the current line-up existing since 2001.
The group have played at many festivals around the world, including in Asia where harmonica groups are still very popular. They have released six albums, with their latest one in 2017 including four guest harmonica players from across Europe.
They share how they put together their own arrangements, how they get their sound and what life is like on the road for a touring harmonica group. 

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Links:

Website:
http://fatamorganamusic.nl/?lang=en
History:
http://fatamorganamusic.nl/geschiedenis/?lang=en

Videos:

Website video page:
http://fatamorganamusic.nl/videos/?lang=en

Tom Jones medley at NHL Festival:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3XMePuGhZ8
Happy birthday to Roger Trobridge:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zN103hCsKJo
Al Smith playing with Harmonica Express:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73m7H5UtzMY
My Little Angel with Matyas Pribojzski:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFwNkLaqyYI


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