Thought I would ask the opinions of others on what books they think have been most helpful in their harp learning journey.
When I first came back to the harp after a 50 year absence I sought out numerous publications from music stores. Supplies were sparse, old and were mostly rubbish. Still I hold that even if I learnt one thing of value it was worth it.
For me I rate highly Harmonica For Dummies by Winslow Yerxa. It is the most complete publication I have come across ie covering everything from beginner to expert, plus all music styles. At first I was put off by the Dummy title but its not so simple really ie just written in a style of being easy for anyone to read & understand.
There are 2 other books I also cherish ie The Harp Handbook by Steve Baker & Irish & American Fiddle Tunes by Glen Weiser. I currently have on order a book from John Gindick about Bluesifying Melodies & can’t wait to get my hands on it.