Four tunes for beginning cross-strung harpers. These original compositions have chord symbols printed above the staves. All of the pieces may be played on a cross-strung harp with C’ as the lowest string (C below middle C). Two are also transposed to other keys, both for extra practice and to fit nicely on harps of different ranges of strings.
- Swimming Along – Key of A, lots of accidentals, one page, C’ to C
- Interlude – Key of C, just a couple of accidentals, mostly arpegiated 7th chords in left hand with 3rds in right hand, a bit of syncopation, one page, C’ to g’
- Patricia’s Lark – Key of G, lots of accidentals, two pages, C’ to a’, left hand is almost entirely arpegiated triads
- 3 in 3 – Key of C, few accidentals, two pages, C’ to c’, a waltz-like tune in 3 sections
- 3 in 3 – Key of G
- Swimming Along – Key of G