Complete Method For Harp is a method for Pedal Harp written by Henriette Renié. Initially in French, this edition is the English version translated by G. Ruegg. This complete method for Harp offers a full technique and a syntax-appendix.
From the very beginning, this method shows: how to tune a harp, how to use pedals, how to position yourself (with illustrations and comments); this volume is very progressive and highlights all the important aspects progressively.
This book also highlights the methods for trills, tremolos, crossing hands, the intervals by sliding and all the technical aspects to learn to be able to play most musical works.
This method seems to be the book every harpist should have in order to master a perfect technique.
Henriette Renié was a virtuoso French harpist born in 1875. With professors such as Alphonse Hasselmans and Théodore Dubois, she received the First Prize for the Harp in 1887. She has written numerous works for Harp including chamber music, and a concerto.