Rhythm comes alive with animation, songs and interactive computer “practices”! There are stories and songs about Beat, Rhythm, Note names and Note lengths. Ten “practices” reinforce all the concepts and range from keeping the beat, to putting notes in order by length, clear up to rhythmic dictation with combinations of eighth and sixteenth notes. Click this link to see a preview: Rhythm Story.
Then go to WhichPitch.net to download a copy ($14.00). Part 2 should be available in 2017 and will concentrate on Rhythmic addition, Time signatures, and Counting.
Now available!! Which Pitch is Which is a new way to teach visual pitch recognition using animation, songs, and interactive computer practice sessions. Click this link to see a preview of the animation: G-clef-story.
Available through the SAA, Lyon & Healy West, and Kolacny Music. This is another volume of the Sight to Sound series. (Volume 1 is Basic Navigation.)
Many people are confused by the string-tying diagrams in the front of Book 1. Here are some videos to help you out!! Our thanks to Steve Moss for these great videos! To see what other gems he has to offer, check out his website: http://www.mossharpservice.com/
The Korg AW-1 Micro Tuner is perfect for harpists! It clips onto a tuning pin for hands-free tuning. The clip is also a pick-up so the vibrations go directly into the tuner. And, it’s extremely small — easy to slip into your pocket. Do you tune to 442? It’s easy to calibrate. Easy to read, small, accurate, hands-free — what more could you want?
Available from Lyon & Healy and Kolacny Music.