A Thousand Years (early-intermediate harp)

A Thousand Years for early-intermediate Harp

Since ‘A Thousand Years’ is often played at weddings, I thought it would be really fun to show you some shots of my recent wedding! I hope you enjoy the glimpse into my special day, and hearing this beautiful song.

If you want to play ‘A Thousand Years’ on your harp, the good news is that it works on a 22 string C-C harp, and anything bigger than that.

 

If you want to learn this piece quickly and with good technique, then you can learn it in my video course!

 

Some of the things I’ll be helping you with is the left hand, which has some unusual shapes going up and down. With the right hand, we occasionally place fingers 3, 2, and 1 on strings that are already reverberating… So I’ll help you do that without buzzing.

 

Click here to learn ‘A Thousand Years’ in my video course!

 

I’ll see you there.

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