You Can teach Yourself Lever Harp - Riley / Kollé
Harp method, beginner level. Book with online audio.
You Can Teach Yourself Lever Harp is an updated, step-by-step method for playing the Harp. Designed to be used alone, or with guidance from a teacher, this method produces results from musicians of all levels of ability, regardless of their amount of previous experience.
This book included a selection of popular pieces to play, presenting various challenges that will require the student to put into practice the skills they have learned.
All basic techniques and tunes are clearly and thoroughly explained. Specific topics include: how to use this book, how to sit with the Harp, how to tune the Harp, how to use your hands, plucking the strings, finger placement, basic structural concepts of music and 14 tunes. Access to online audio downloads is included with the price of this book.
Amazing Grace (Version Four)
Amazing Grace (Version One)
Amazing Grace (Version Three)
Amazing Grace (Version Two)
Arran Boat Song (Version One)
Arran Boat Song (Version Two)
Auld Lang Syne (Version One)
Auld Lang Syne (Version Three)
Auld Lang Syne (Version Two)
Danny Boy (Version One)
Danny Boy (Version Two)
Einini (Version Four)
Einini (Version One)
Einini (Version Three)
Einini (Version Two)
Greensleeves (Version One)
Greensleeves (Version Three)
Greensleeves (Version Two)
Scarborough Fair (Version One)
Scarborough Fair (Version Two)
Scotland The Brave
Sidh Beag, Sidh Mor
Sidh Beag, Sidh Mor (Version Two)
Simple Gifts (Version One)
Simple Gifts (Version Three)
Simple Gifts (Version Two)
The Ash Grove
The Chanter's Tune (Version One)
The Chanter's Tune (Version Three)
The Chanter's Tune (Version Two)
Variation on the Bridal Chorus (Version One)
Variation on the Bridal Chorus (Version Two)
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