“Requiem for a Dream” is a drama movie that came out in 2000. It’s a movie about drug addicts and their miserable fate. “Requiem for a Dream” has an amazing soundtrack composed by Clint Mansell. The movie’s Main Theme is one of the most well-known film scores. It’s actually called “Summer Overture” and it’s beautifully filled with tragic of the main characters.
If you haven’t seen the movie, we recommend you check that out. Today we’re going to take a look at the Main Theme and try to learn playing it on a C harmonica. Below you’ll find the tabs for this lesson and if you can’t read them, you’ll have to see our “Start Here” section first. The tempo of the theme is slow, so there shouldn’t be any problem learning it.
Remember to use the correct articulation technique as it is important and can alter the melody. Check out our website for more amazing and easy harmonica lessons. We make tutorials on a regular basis, so make sure to come back for more easy harmonica lessons!