Harp Tutor Books
This book is intended to be an introduction to a style of music which has a long and noble history that is inextricable intertwined with that of the ancient harp. The tunes contained in this book were chosen for their playability on the folk harp as well as for ease of separating into categories of skill.
Forty-six Celtic arrangements for folk harp solo. Includes Blind Mary; Berceuse (excerpt), Martin Wynnd's Air; Blackberry Blossom; Give Me Your Hand; Moon Over the Rising Castle; and more!
The harp is the quintessential wedding instrument. Its romantic image and sound make it ideal for the special day which represents a landmark in the life of the bride and groom and their families. The music they choose will stay with them in memory and meaning for a lifetime. This book contains a variety of classic, traditional, and ethnic music, some pieces you will recognize as "standards," and some you may never have heard before.
A hand picked collection of the finest old airs and dance tunes from Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, England, Wales, Cornwall and The Isle of Man. Arranged for easy harp by Christine Martin and Siobhan Breathnach. Selected by John Loesberg.
The music of church and traveling musicians dominated the middle ages. Twenty-one tunes are now available and arranged for the Celtic Harp. Book includes song notes and brief historical preface.
This unique book of 14 lever harp arrangements includes excerpts of some of the most famous French works by Debussy and Ravel, including Clair de lune, The Girl with the Flaxen Hair, and Pavane. The book features classical excerpts but there are five folk tunes and a medieval melody. The level of difficulty ranges from advanced beginner to advanced intermediate.
Evoke the traditional sounds of the Celtic lands with these instrumental arrangements of songs for solo Celtic harp. These 25 tunes are Manx, Welsh, Irish, Scottish, Cornish, Hebridean, and Bretton, including pieces by Turlough O'Carolan and Robert Burns.