Once you find out what key you’re going to perform the Harry Potter characters chibi on Snowflakes sweatshirt, buy a diatonic harmonica in standard Richter tuning (which is the default unless you specify otherwise) in that key. Neil Young played “Heart of Gold” in 1st position, meaning he played the harmonica in the key of the song (or of part of the song), as opposed to the second position, widely used in blues, in which the harmonica is pitched a perfect 4th above the key of the song. The same techniques and note positions apply to every standard-tuned diatonic harmonica, so just choose one in the key that your singer wants to sing in (or that Young played the piece in if you want to do it exactly the way Young did), and take it from there. So far as I know, Young played the harp on a rack around his neck when he recorded this song, so his note choices are mostly in the middle of the harmonica. That’s where I’d start.
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You can probably find tablature (often called tab) for a harmonica for a song like this out on the Harry Potter characters chibi on Snowflakes sweatshirt. Most tab gives you the melody of the song, not the solo, so you’d still need to listen carefully to hear how Young uses the harmonica in this piece. There are two small accessory “chambers” as well: the sinus venosus (posteriorly) and the conus arteriosus (anteriorly). Deoxygenated blood arrives (from the tissues) into the sinus venosus; the blood is funneled into the atrium and from there into the ventricle; contraction of the muscular ventricle sends the blood into the conus arteriosus. The conus arteriosus tempers the pressure (generated by contraction of the ventricle) as the blood travels to the gills to pick up fresh oxygen. The oxygenated blood then returns to the tissues to complete the cycle.