O Holy Night for Late-Intermediate Harp

I’m so excited about this arrangement of ‘O Holy Night’! This is partly because it creates such a beautiful and dramatic moment whenever you play it, but also because after I arranged it I realized that those beautiful downward arpeggios at the beginning of the piece are actually very similar to ‘The Little Fountain’ by Samuel O. Pratt – which so many of you have been begging me to teach you!

This is your chance to learn those beautiful downward arpeggios, and in my video course I’m going to show you exactly how to do them so it won’t feel difficult… But at the same time you’ll still get that dramatic effect.

To learn ‘O Holy Night’ with me, click here and I’ll see you there!

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