Play Celtic Harp by Ear
Adults and kids love this method. its easy to understand and read! this new 63 page book is written for people who cannot read music. guitar, mandolin, banjo and dulcimer have tablature, now harp has it too!! this book comes with a cd to play along with as you learn. tablature is arranged in string groupings with the name of the strings to pluck! tablature is not meant to be in the place of reading musical notation but is a bridge into playing and listening. many people discover you don't have to read music to play! this book invites you to depend on your ears to help you make music! includes: a cd to play along with, helpful pictures on how to hold your hands and sit with the harp, brain teasers to help with coordination of both hands, easy definitions of tablature, 2 songs that test your ear training ability (fill in the blank note/string)
The CD is recorded slow, so students can play along. Perfect for small harps or harps with 33 strings; the lowest note is F below low C. All songs are in the key of C. Over 60 songs; popular, folk, Celtic, religious, seasonal, classical and for young children. Songs include: Puff the MagicDragon, Scarborough Fair, Simple Gifts, Danny Boy, Scotland the Brave, The Lion Sleeps Tonight, Ode to Joy, Chanukah O Chanukah, In the Garden, Red River Valley, Shenandoah, Edelweiss, Morning Has Broken, It's a Small World, Brahams Lullaby, Auld Lang Syne, Joy to the World, Jingle Bells, Blessings Over the Candles, Jesus Loves Me, Amazing Grace, Baroque Fanfare, Hinah Ma Tov, Greensleeves, Turn Turn Turn, Brian Boru, All Through the Night, Minstrel Boy, Hush Little Baby, Little Teapot, Frosty the Snowman, Deck the Halls, Be Thou My Vision and more!