Because one harmonica was often not enough to obtain the desired lugubrious and annoying tone, Hohner used to make a model that offered six mouthpieces in one.
Hear it played excellently in the clip below by Paulette. The text for this video at YouTube is in French, and when Google translates it, I can make no improvement.
Paulette self-taught harmonica for many years has blown the 80 candles. For several months she has been practicing music theory with you and Jackie interpreter sight reading this pretty piece "Love me tender"
After losing his larynx and windpipe to cancer, Herman Schulenberg created a new windpipe for himself by ramming a white-hot ice pick through his flesh. Then he learned to sing through this opening by "closing the windpipe's artificial opening with his index finger and manipulating his neck with his other fingers" in order to "direct the air through the passage in such manner as to get a variety of tones."
Finally, he gave a singing performance before a group of 50 doctors at a meeting of the Milwaukee Oto-Ophthalmic Society. That would have been a strange concert to attend. From the San Antonio Express - March 3, 1935.