Also called mouth organ. a musical wind instrument consisting of a small rectangular case containing a set of metal reeds connected to a row of holes, over which the player places the mouth and exhales and inhales to produce the tones.
any of various percussion instruments that use graduated bars of metal or other hard material as sounding elements.
The two traded harmonica licks, drank red wine and played croquet.
Pay attention to this video and you'll learn how to play the harmonica.
However, many contemporary mariachis use nontraditional instruments such as the harmonica and accordion.
He also developed proficiency with the harmonica but was always a self-accompanied musician.
The five-piece set consists of a xylophone, tambourine, harmonica and two maracas.
British Dictionary definitions for harmonica
Also called mouth organ. a small wind instrument of the reed organ family in which reeds of graduated lengths set into a metal plate enclosed in a narrow oblong box are made to vibrate by blowing and sucking