Welcome to World of Harmony Music, where you’ll find zither music books and printable sheet music. All books were written and printed in Colorado and Minnesota, my two home states. Every single item supports Headwaters Animal Shelter in Park Rapids, MN. Whether you’d like to teach music, give someone the gift of music, or learn to play an instrument yourself, you’ve come to the right place, and the shelter animals and I are glad you’re here. For every single zither book sold since 11/1/11, I have donated $1.11 to Headwaters Animal Shelter in Park Rapids, Minnesota, and I promise to continue doing so. Why $11.11? Read how it all started.
World of Harmony Music is a fun and easy way to perform and learn all about dozens of pieces of classical music as well as modern music and the folk tunes of various cultures. Whether you’d like this music for your own enjoyment and education, you’re home schooling, you’d like to teach children of your own, or you’d like to teach your own classes to students of any age, these books will make that goal so fun and easy!
Each classical music sheet has the music notes and my educational lyrics on one side of the sheet, and a “flip side” on the other. The “flip side” presents many fun and interesting facts about the composer and his music, making the lesson easy to learn, and easy to teach. Each volume of music is wire-bound into easy-to-use music books. Just turn to the page you want to play, and place the entire book under the strings of the zither. It couldn’t be easier to enjoy playing great music right away! No more losing or bending sheet music.
The instrument is also called a lap harp, cymbala, yerbonitsa, or plucked psaltery. They’re so easy to play from your very first try! You simply slip the sheet music under the strings of the zither, pluck the strings in the order shown on the sheet music, and enjoy immediate success playing music! Learn more about the Zither.
A Heart-Warming Story
I was presenting my program at the Great Homeschool Conference when this beautiful little girl caught my eye. I noticed that she had limited use of her hands, and that Still Small Voice nearly screamed at me, “GO GET HER!” I’m big on listening to that call, so I asked her if she’d like to try playing our instruments. She could immediately play “Silent Night”, and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house! I will never, EVER forget that little girl. She has a condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenital, which causes the joints and muscles in her arms and legs to be underdeveloped and or stuck. Here’s the video of that unforgettable experience. A few days later, her mom sent me this video where she’s actually playing the zither with her toes! WOW, how amazing is this little girl?