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EASY, ALL HARPS. This is a study of ear training through melodic development. Small melodic fragments from familiar nursery rhymes, folk, patriotic and hymns tunes are used. The numbers 1 through 7 are used instead of using “Do, Re, Mi…” to identify the notes in the scale. Melodies are categorized by range, beginning with a range of only three notes, progressing through a total of nine categories. Skills in ear training are highly useful to musicians who might be asked to take requests at hotels, parties and restaurants, or those involved in harp therapy. With the melodic fragments that are the focus of study, performance by ear can be highly strengthened and developed. 80 pages. EASY LEVER HARP.
BEGINNER DUO, ALL HARPS Here’s a book that will inspire and delight both student and teacher!! COOL CONCEPT! There are pictures that can be colored in, and very easy songs (with words) revolving around the ever popular dragon and dinosaur idea.
EASY TO LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Ten beginner/lower intermediate pieces for the pedal harp or 36-string lever harp. Music is in the keys of C, G, D, A, and F. Table of Contents: Les Fifres (Dandrieu), Musette (Couppey), Le Colin Maillard (d'Agincourt), Minuet (Lully), Carnival (Couperin), Les Moissonneurs (Couperin), Tambourin (Daquin), Dance (Rameau), Gavotte in Rondo Form (Dandrieu), La Confession (Corrette)
LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Eight beginner/lower intermediate pieces for the pedal harp or 36-string lever harp. Music is in the keys of C, G, D, and F. Table of Contents: Allegro (Haydn), Country Waltz (Haydn), Song (C.Ph.E. Bach), German Dance (Beethoven), German Dance (Beethoven), Passepied (Handel), Minuet (Leopold Mozart), Musette (J.S. Bach),