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(No Longer) Harp Newbies Activity Book Level 3

LOWER INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. The Harp Newbies series includes three books for each level that when used together, will help those who are new to harp develop skills in music reading, technique, and music theory. The three books are: The Lesson Book, The Tune Book, and the Activity Book.

(No Longer) Harp Newbies Lesson Book Level 3

LOWER INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. The Harp Newbies series includes three books for each level that when used together, will help those who are new to harp develop skills in music reading, technique, and music theory.

(No Longer) Harp Newbies Tune Book Level 3

LOWER INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. The Harp Newbies series includes three books for each level that when used together, will help those who are new to harp develop skills in music reading, technique, and music theory.

(Not Quite ) Harp Newbies Tune Book Level 2

BEGINNER TO LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. The Harp Newbies series includes three books for each level that when used together, will help those who are new to harp develop skills in music reading, technique, and music theory. The three books are: The Lesson Book, The Tune Book, and the Activity Book.

(Not Quite) Harp Newbies Activity Book Level 2

BEGINNER TO LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. The Harp Newbies series includes three books for each level that when used together, will help those who are new to harp develop skills in music reading, technique, and music theory. The three books are: The Lesson Book, The Tune Book, and the Activity Book.

(Not Quite) Harp Newbies Lesson Book Level 2

BEGINNER TO LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. This is the second level of the Harp Newbies series, and should be started after completing Level 1.

1, 2, 3 – Play!

EASY, ALL HARPS. This is a study of ear training through melodic development. Small melodic fragments from familiar nursery rhymes, folk, patriotic and hymns tunes are used. The numbers 1 through 7 are used instead of using “Do, Re, Mi…” to identify the notes in the scale. Melodies are categorized by range, beginning with a range of only three notes, progressing through a total of nine categories. Skills in ear training are highly useful to musicians who might be asked to take requests at hotels, parties and restaurants, or those involved in harp therapy. With the melodic fragments that are the focus of study, performance by ear can be highly strengthened and developed. 80 pages. EASY LEVER HARP.

12 Old Hymns for Harp and Flute

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + FLUTE Excellent repertoire! These favorite hymns can be played on full range lever harp or pedal harp. Key signatures range from D to F. Lever changes are indicated. Easily sight readable by the advanced harpist. Joyce Weaver is a talented arranger of music for harp and other instruments. She has a built in family ensemble that enjoys playing together, and has been doing so for many many years. Her ensemble performs time and again in a variety of locations throughout the northern half of the United States. These arrangements were her first publications, originally in two books. They were immediately successful and well received. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Table of Contents: Just as I Am (key of C), I Will Arise and Go to Jesus (key of G), Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing (key of D), I Come with Joy to Meet My Lord (key of

1812 Overture Excerpts (Tchaikovsky)

ALL HARPS DUET OR ENSEMBLE A colorful musical tapestry of nationalistic themes and battle scenes, the “1812” has become an electrifying outdoor event at patriotic concerts worldwide, performed to the wild accompaniment of cannons, bells, and fireworks.The opening section (measures 1 through 22) incorporates elements of the Russian hymn, “God Preserve Thy People.” In the conductor’s score, Harp I and Harp II play the opening section tutti; however, the conductor can be creative and divide the opening section. Read more below.

22 Carols for 22 Strings

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS   Modern and traditional harmonies, all songs written in the keys of C and G, so they can be played on a C-C lap harp or G-G. Arrangements work on the 26 string harp as well.  All well-known Christmas songs.

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