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Harmony H4J32 Melodia

Brand: Harmony


MSRP: $59.95

Item: #401052
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The Harmony H4J32 Melodia features 32 piano styles keys (starting F below middle C) and 2 different mouthpieces.

The Melodia is a hybrid of a piano and a wind instrument. The sound is produced by blowing into the mouthpiece while pressing one or more piano keys. This is a great instrument to learn and is ideal for students and advanced players.

Harmony H4J32 Melodia features:

  • 32 piano style keys
  • Starts F below middle C
  • Deluxe padded, zippered carrying case
  • Includes standard mouthpiece and mouthpiece with extension hose


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I chose this instrument to help build the lung capacity of a relative.
Michelle B on Jan 3, 2013
need it for my school programs
Nanette L on Mar 4, 2012
Kids love these! They're like portable pianos!
Rachel B on Aug 8, 2012
item was requested by my daughter
Barbara P on Dec 14, 2011
As far as cleaning the hose goes, can it be put in a dishwasher to be sanitized?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2015
Best Answer: The softer plastic of the house may not handle the heat of a dishwasher. We would suggest soaking the tube in bleach water and wiping the mouthpiece with a disinfectant wipe.
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Feb 18, 2015
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can you just purchase the pipe and mouth piece?
A shopper on Apr 21, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, the pipe and mouthpiece are available separately. Please contact service@westmusic.com, or call 800-397-9378 for more details.
Reply · Report · Amy LStaff on Apr 24, 2013
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Is there a music book that can help teach my grandson how to play songs on this? I thought it would come with one.
A shopper on Dec 30, 2011
Best Answer: There isn't really a book specifically for the melodia, but there are some beginner piano or bell books that may be suitable. It really depends on whether or not he already knows how to read notes on a staff. You can e-mail your question to service@westmusic.com and let us know if he knows how to read notes already, and we would be able to give you recommendations from there based on that information. Thank-you!!
Reply · Report · Melinda PStaff on Dec 30, 2011
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Are the reeds metal or plastic? I'm looking for a replacement for Hohner melodicas with metal reeds...
Kent S on Aug 13, 2014
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How to Clean Strings

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