Early-intermediate onwards: This workshop is suited to you if you already have a basic knowledge of playing from chords and are comfortable playing Early-Intermediate harp pieces.

This is a follow-on from the Playing from Chords Workshop 1: Getting Started. However, only a basic knowledge of how to play from chords is needed to join.

All Harps are welcome!

C and F levers are required. If you don’t have levers, you need to be able to quickly tune Fs and Cs up to sharps as needed during the workshop.

A Zoom workshop led by harp teacher, Christy-Lyn.

The replay will be available a day after the event, and it’s yours to keep.

All non-copyrighted resources will be available for download.

Playing from Chords Workshop 2: Interesting Chords

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It’s time to continue building your foundational knowledge of playing from harp chords with harp teacher, Christy-Lyn!

Taking a step up from the first workshop, this session will go beyond basic block chords and grow your musical understanding of how to play from chords on the harp.

You’ll learn what to play when you see more complex chord symbols that have extra numbers or letters in them. You’ll also learn how to play more interesting patterns and how to transpose chord sheets into a key suited to your harp!

The replay will be available a day after the event, and it’s yours to keep! You can watch and learn at your own pace, as many times and whenever you wish.

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  1. Saunda Thomas

    Easy to grasp, Fun to learn

    Saunda Thomas (verified owner)

    I am not a trained musician. I do not know or understand music theory. The great wonderful and Art of Christy Lynn is that she has made both the Chord I and Chord II class so accessible that you will not worry, fear, be lost or tremble to take either class!

    I came away from my class with so much that I can now review study and employ. Another great asset is that once you take this course, it is available to you over and over and over again so you never have to worry about being overwhelmed. You can just play and have fun with it.

    I am very grateful that I took both class one and two in chords😘

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  2. Sharon Cullen

    Excellent course for taking that next step

    Sharon Cullen (verified owner)

    I have been waiting for a course like this. Christy-Lyn teaches all the codes and tricks so that you can play comfortably with major and minor and suspended chords. She also gives a chart for transposing chords and keys to be suitable for the harp. It is definitely not for a beginner but someone who understands the basic chords and wants that next step. We take a couple of her arrangements and play the chords along with her singing. She also goes deeper into different chord variations so that you don’t play the same thing all the time.
    I am having surgery on my right hand and I can practice these things and play chords to music using only my left hand until I am able to join in with the right again. It will be an excellent thing to work on while I am healing. Although she teaches this class using both hands it isn’t necessary. So this class is also good for someone in This situation where they can play with only left or right hand.

    I would love to delve deeper into chords, and key signatures etc. Maybe a third class on this to dive even deeper would be good. I know there is limited time with these courses, but for me just doing something because it is written is okay in the interim but I like a deeper foundation so that all the pieces stick and fit together. Christy-Lyn started this in this course but there is so much more to learn. Please keep these excellent classes coming. It was excellent!

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