You can download these PDF files for free! Click on the link and the PDF will open.
You may find this chart helpful for students. I teach in the public schools (where they may only play once a week) and the kids refer to these 2 pictures all the time.
Chart 1 color string guide
Image – harp strings on the wall (at an elementary school)
Rounds – Hey Ho and Shalom Chaverim for 3 melody instruments (2 treble 1 bass.)
O Come Little Children – one verse optional accompaniment.
Dona Nobis Pacem – round in same format as above “Rounds”
God Rest Ye – countermelody
Just a Closer – harp solo
Yellow Rose – Louise Trotter’s Yellow Rose
Sanskrit Chant – Om Mani Padme Um
King of Laois – harp solo
Trippin’ – Irish, harp solo in both D and C
Faery Rath – Welsh, harp solo
Comely Carefree Lads – Welsh harp solo
Holly and Ivy – harp & flute
He Is Born – harp & flute
Below, Star of the County Down as presented in lesson format from Summer 2015 eblast
Below, Red River Valley as presented in lesson format from another eblast from 2015
Angels Song – this is by Rutter. I typeset it for my own use a few years back so that there are less page turns. It is free for harpists who wish to use it in performance. Might work for piano, too. This has some harp specific edits.
Cello parts for Tepper Book – Cello parts for a few of the tunes in Ellen Tepper’s “Harper’s Accomplice” – these parts won’t do anything for you unless you have the book which must be purchased. Cello parts are free, book is not.
Harper’s Accomplice Paper Version | Harper’s Accomplice PDF version
Worksheets for Young Beginners
coloring the C red exercise – a worksheet on holding the C and playing the D
hold the D number 2 – a worksheet on holding the D and playing the C
FINALsight-reading webinar – you can use this to help you sight read, or if you wish, you can have Mary give you a SKYPE lesson on Sight Reading. You can also view the below You Tube as a guide.