Nicole Brady teaches the classic "Andante" from Suzuki Harp School Vol. 1.
Learn how to create diminished scales for use in improvisation. (To get the most from this video, we suggest first watching Park's tutorial on Diminished 7th Chords.)
Learn how to create diminished 7th chords to use in improvisation.
Learn to play the Irish slip jig "A Fig for a Kiss"
Learn more left-hand patterns along with alternate harmonization techniques.
Learn how to create basic left-hand accompaniment patterns to make your first arrangement.
Learn how to play the final section of "Esquisse," from Feuillets d'Album, by Henriette Renié.
Listen to June's performance and learn how to play the first half of "Esquisse," from Feuillet d'Album by Henriette Renié.
Learn about the different kinds of 7th chords and how to build them.
Go beyond major and minor to build diminished and augmented triads, the building blocks for 7th chords.
Learn how to add the minor ii chord.
Learn how to add the "flat 9" to a dominant 7th chord.
Learn how to build a V7 chord, also called the "dominant" 7th.
Learn how to build major and minor triads using intervals.
Learn three exercises for position and strengthening. The concepts in this video are best approached with a stable hand position and ability to play fingers independently.
Learn how the Circle of Fifths relates to the whole tone scale. Note: to enjoy this video, you'll need to understand the concepts explained in Park's three-part Chromatic Scales series.
Learn how to play the 17th century love song "Eibhlí Gheal Chiúin" ("Fair, Gentle Eily").
Learn Park's technique for understanding and practicing the circle of fifths using his sharp pedal method. (To enjoy this video, you'll need an understanding of key signatures and enharmonics.)
Use key signatures to find intervals at the harp. (To get the most from this lesson, watch tutorial 7A on finding intervals first.)
Learn how to use key signatures to find major and minor intervals.
Learn Bridget Kibbey's method for tuning by ear using the circle of fifths.
Learn how to play the Irish triplet.
Learn Maeve Gilchrist's exercise for perfecting triads.
Learn Kim Robertson's technique for adding chord vamps.
Master teacher Isabelle Perrin shows how to play the classic "Petite Berceuse" by Alphonse Hasselmans.
Learn how to play Kim Robertson's version of the traditional Irish Air "Forget Not the Angels."
Learn Maeve Gilchrist's technique for building right hand independence.
Learn how to play Marcel Grandjany's "Little Waltz," taught by master teacher Isabelle Perrin.
Learn to play Maeve Gilchrist's original composition "Catriona's Jig."
Learn how to play major and minor triads on lever harp.
Learn to create left-hand patterns using suspensions.
Learn how to build minor triads and identify the sound between major and minor.
Practice playing major triads and their inversions around the circle of fifths. (You'll need to know major key signatures to enjoy this lesson.)
Learn how to build a root position major triad plus first and second inversions in the key of C Major.
Learn how to create an etude based on Kim Robertson's "heartbeat" rhythm, combined with small intervals.
Learn how to play and practice large intervals on a lever harp.
Learn how to play and practice small intervals on a lever harp.
Learn how and why to play fingers exactly together.
Learn standard fingering for intervals on the harp.
Learn how to play "There Stands a Little Man," from Fun From the First, by Samuel Milligan