Special Edition:

F.E.L.A. Technique Fast Enharmony for Lever Harp

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The mini book “F.E.L.A. Technique Fast Enharmony for Lever Harp” was
written mainly for lever harpists (professionals and not) that want to
keep a conscious manual of harmony on their instrument, transcribe,
compose songs or improvise but also useful for composers and
arrangers, who want to know in depth the levers board. On the subject,
it has never been developed, a clear method for harpists to orient
them in various genres and levels in developing the use of the lever
board to en-harmonize extemporaneously.

There are few theoretical treatises on enharmony, impracticable even
for classical composers and even more there are no texts on applied
harmony used in the teaching of harpists to resolve overlaps of
alterations extemporaneously, after one of pedal harpists “F.E.P.A.
Technique Fast Enharmony for Pedal Harp”, this is dedicated for the
lever harpists.

It is very important to propose to students, harpists, composers and
arrangers, a practical and systematic discipline at increasing levels
of interest that explore all the harmonic possibilities of lever harp
with tips for immediate use from traditional languages
(classic-contemporary) up to to face a first in-depth knowledge of the
harmonies used in modern genres (pop-rock-jazz).



The learning process

For the student

For the Teacher

Specific F.E.P.A. notation for the harp

Lever Harp: Theoretical description of the Levers and Functioning

Basic concepts of enharmony

En-harmonic levers associated F.E.L.A. Tab

Virtual Lever Practice

Fast enharmonic reading: first exercises

GRILL notes: find the corresponding enharmonic lever

Metronome for exercise

the Diagrams for the study

 The circle of the fifths: A little theory

How to use the circle of fifths

Chord Voicing Drills

Root movement Drill

“Flashchord” Drill

Chords GRILL: Play the corresponding enharmonic chord



Technical Substitutions

Advice for the study


CH.I.S. Books Collection


F.E.L.A. Notes : Virtual Lever Practice

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