You can use this book in conjunction with Harp In Hand, or as a stand-alone book of exercises and harp pieces designed to further your study of, and increase your level of comfort with, harp fingerings. The goal of these books is to give you enough understanding and practice of fingering concepts that you can confidently analyze, decide upon and write in your own fingerings and brackets whenever you have a tricky passage.
The Harp In Hand Companion is 60 pages of music, plus a couple of pages of text. It loosely follows the order of the material in Harp In Hand. There are 10 one-page exercises and solos in each of four categories: intervals, placing, scales and triads/chords/inversions. There is a 20-page repertoire section at the end, which includes nine harp solos designed to give you extra practice and confidence in your playing skills.
(Un)Tangled fingers is the last book in the “Harp In Hand” series. Harp In Hand is, of course, the original. They can all be used together or as stand-alone books. You can read about them on their own product pages by clicking on the book covers below. The same drop-down menu is on all three book pages for convenience.
In the drop-down menu, you can choose from a variety of options:
- Harp In Hand book ($42.95)
- Harp In Hand eBook ($37.95)
- Harp In Hand Companion ($29.95)
- Harp In Hand Companion eBook ($25.95)
- Harp In Hand Companion mp3s ($14.00)
- (Un)tangled Fingers ($29.95)
- (Un)Tangled Fingers eBook ($25.95)
- Harp In Hand with Harp In Hand Companion ($67.95)
- (Un)tangled Fingers with Harp In Hand Companion ($54.95)
- Harp In Hand with (Un)tangled Fingers ($67.95)
- Three-book set (92.95)
In the drop-down, which could get a bit confusing with all of these options, HH = Harp In Hand, and the three-book set includes Harp In Hand, HH Companion and (Un)tangled Fingers.