Learn how to create the four possible alterations to a V7 chord.
Learn how to break the chord voicing rules to avoid sounding mechanical.
Learn how to practice open and closed chord voicings and move quickly from one chord to the next.
Learn the basics of open and closed chord voicings and how to create them on the harp.
Learn how to create a major pentatonic scale for jazz improvisation.
Understand how to play a jig rhythm.
Learn how to use pedal slides to create colors in Part 1 of this series.
Learn how to amp up your practice routine by developing your own creative practice techniques.
Learn how to use Kim's "musical sandwich" to create etudes for improvisation.
Learn Maeve's exercises for playing different rhythms in each hand.
Learn Maeve Gilchrist's technique for playing and practicing the Celtic triplet technique.
Learn alternate fingerings for the "treble" in part three of Gráinne's series.
Practice the treble with a close up demonstration of Gráinne's technique.
Learn how to play the "treble," a traditional Irish ornament.
Use Park's pedal technique to break the chromatic scale down into two whole tone scales for improvisation.
Learn the difference between reels, jigs, hornpipes, and more in Part 3 of Grainne's tutorial on undestanding Irish style.
Learn about the harp's role in traditional Irish music.
Learn how to use minor 7th chords in improvisation.
Learn Maeve's technique for practicing four-note arpeggios.
Learn the difference between an air, a jig, a hornpipe, and a reel as Kim Robertson describes basic Celtic rhythms.
In Part 2 of her introduction to playing by ear, Gráinne teaches how to add the left hand to the Irish tune Níl na Lá.
In this introduction to playing by ear, Gráinne teaches the Irish tune Níl na Lá. Learn the melody in Part 1.
Learn how to play the Double Grace Note, a basic Irish ornament.
Learn how to play the Irish triplet.
Learn how to play the "cut," one of the most basic Irish ornaments.
Go beyond the basics in the final installment of Sunita Staneslow's arpeggio series.
Learn Maeve Gilchrist's technique for accompanying using arpeggios.