After the Rain Course
“After the Rain” is written to sound like water dripping off the trees from a much-needed rain here in Cape Town, South Africa. It’s very simple but sounds really peaceful and lovely. It’s a great piece to work on basic technique while playing something that sounds good.
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Difficulty level & Skills required
Early-Beginner: The right and left hand share the melody, and each hand never has more than two notes per bar. The melody is a repeating pattern that you will become familiar with. Only fingers 1 and 2 are used.
Type of harp
Lever harps: 15 string harps (C to C) and larger.
Lowest note is middle C. Highest note is G, an octave and a half above middle C.
The piece is in the key of C. No levers are needed.
Video Course with multiple lessons to learn After the Rain, which currently includes free sheet music for After the Rain.