Für Elise (mid-intermediate harp)

Für Elise for mid-intermediate harp

Für Elise is written by Beethoven and is one of the most well-known classical pieces of all time! Watch the video below to see what it sounds like on the harp. 

In this video, I wanted to make you feel like you were at a lovely, relaxing tea with your friends.

There are quite a lot of lever changes in this harp adaptation, but in my video course I’ll teach you how to do those lever changes easily… They will become so ingrained in your muscle memory and you won’t even have to think about them.

I’m going to teach you how to play the piece note by note, but I’ll also go beyond that and teach you how to play the piece with musicality and with the ability to “paint a picture” using your skills.

Click here to learn with me in my video course!

If you would like the sheet music only, click here.

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