Learn how to prepare and execute trills.
Learn Maria Luisa Rayan's tips for good sound production.
Learn to play the traditional Irish jib "Flying to the Fleadh."
Learn how to avoid buzzing when playing repeated chords.
Nicole Brady teaches the classic "Andante" from Suzuki Harp School Vol. 1.
Learn to play the folk song "Good-bye to Winter," from Suzuki Harp School, Vol. 1.
Listen to Bridget Kibbey discuss articulation and phrasing using the third movement of Mozart's Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra as an example.
Nicole Brady performs and teaches "Mary Had a Little Lamb" from Suzuki Harp School Vol. 1.
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 importance of directional placing.
Learn how to strengthen crossunders and crossovers for smooth and clean scales.
Learn to cross under and over to play an 8-note scale.
Learn how to place 8-note arpeggios using Etude #20 from "Studi di Media Difficultá," by Ettore Pozzoli.
Learn how to play an eight-note scale with one hand.
Learn how to interpret the "meno mosso" and ending of Alphonse Hasselmans' "Petite Valse."
Learn how to play "The Honeybee" folk song from Suzuki Harp School Vol. 1.
Listen to June perform "Serenade Melancolique," from Feuilles d'Automne by Alphonse Hasselmans, and learn the opening melody.
Learn hand position for playing the thumb.
Learn hand position for playing fingers individually.
Nicole Brady teaches "Twinkle Variation C" from Suzuki Harp School Vol. 1.
Learn the difference between Classical and Celtic hand position in this tutorial on basic posture.
Learn June's rhythm exercises for practicing the arpeggios at the end of "Chanson de Mai."
Watch Nicole teach a young student hand position.
Learn how and why to place fingers onto a group of strings at the same time.
Learn how to play "The Merry Brook" by Frances G. Miller.
Learn how to play an eight-note scale using two hands.
Learn how to play "Nocturne" from Trois Pieces Faciles, by Marcel Grandjany.