Gaining finger independence on the harp will improve your agility and ability to play more complicated pieces on the harp.
Keep good articulation and complete follow-through.
Practicing with a metronome will force you to maintain an even tempo. We sometimes unconsciously speed up when the going is easy, slow down when it's difficult.
As soon as you bring a new harp home, of course you want to play it.
Good habits are easier to keep up and build on than bad habits are to break.
So here is a quick start guide to hand and finger positions. Not intended as a complete lesson, just for a quick start.
You'll see that being a photographer does not make me synonymous with videographer.....!
First video I've made in the last -- maybe 3 years?
Adding color to a metal harp string. What works and what doesn't. Accompanied by cats. :)