Learn how to arrange using Rhett's simple tricks that sound difficult, but really aren't.
Learn how to add cookie cutter chords and patterns to improvise with the 1-5-10 chord. (Watch parts 1 and 2 in this series to learn how to build and use the 1-5-10 chord.)
Learn how to build the 1-5-10 chord for improvisation.
Learn the basic structure of the 12-bar blues, along with left hand patterns for improvising.
Listen to members of the Dallas Harp Quartet discuss learning and performing Claude Debussy's iconic piano work "First Arabesque."
Listen to Grace Browning perform Claude Debussy's "First Arabesque."
Learn to play "Captain O'Kane," a tune by the famous Irish bard Turlough O'Carolan.
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 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 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 arrange in an Irish style in Part 2 of Grainne's series on Irish style.
Learn to play Maeve Gilchrist's original composition "Catriona's Jig."
Learn how to play "Merry-Go-Round," by Marcel Grandjany.
Learn how to play the cadenza from "Waltz of the Flowers" with Sarah Bullen and Catherine Litaker.
Learn to play "Chorale" from Graded Recital Series Vol. 1 by Linda Rollo.
Learn how to play "Nocturne" from Trois Pieces Faciles, by Marcel Grandjany.