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Playing Your Tiny Harp – $19.99

A tiny harp may have 8, 12, 15, 18, or 22 strings. Although small compared
to other harps, you can make beautiful, fulfilling music on a tiny harp.
This book was written for those who have never played any type of
harp.
You may wish to play by ear, or perhaps you aspire to read music
or to improvise, playing tunes you already know or learning new ones.
All of that is possible on the tiny harp.
The book contains an introduction to reading standard notation and a
progressive repertoire for various sizes of tiny harps.
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You Can Teach Yourself Lever Harp

$19.95

Instruction book, with downloadable audio of the music included so you can hear the tunes you’re learning. This book stands on its own, or makes a good companion to Basic Harp for Beginners. It differs from Basic Harp for Beginners (see below) in three ways:

  • It assumes the reader already knows how to read music notation
  • the tunes are different
  • each tune is offered in several skill levels, to accommodate increases in your skill level as you work through the book.

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Basic Harp for Beginners

$13.00

An innovative and effective new method for learning to play the harp.

“If I were to re-learn the harp, I would have first bought “Basic Harp for Beginners” and worked in it from cover to cover before buying any other music. Since I cannot cry over spilt milk, I am now enjoying the book. Thank you, Laurie.” – a student

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The Double-strung Harp Beginner’s Book (WITH CD)

$35.00

Includes: tuning, hand position diagrams and instruction, how to read double-strung notation, bracketing, echoing, arpeggios, rolled chords, overlapping chords, cross-overs and cross-unders, scales, exercises, polyrhythms, and lots of beginner tunes. 125 pages!

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Questions? Email Laurie: laurie@laurieriley.com

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