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Album of Harp Music: Francis Pinto

ADVANCED PEDAL HARP   This album of A. Francis Pinto’s pieces has been computer-engraved and reissued to enable harpists to enjoy playing and performing them again. They were originally published between 1917- 27.

Anthology, Fifty Themes and Melodies

ALL LEVELS, ALL HARPS.  A comprehensive collection of music in lead sheet format.

Arts and Letters

ALL HARPS INTERMEDIATE TO LOWER INTERMEDIATE  -   original songs in a variety of styles based on translating the English alphabet into the western music alphabet. Depending on your choice, you will either receive a physical Book/CD combination via USPS, or a downloaded PDF book with mp3 sound files.  These songs are creative and expressive.

Banish Misfortune

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS   Contains harp arrangements of the tunes on the Banish Misfortune CD with additional bowed psaltery parts and fiddle parts.

Beginning Harper’s Tunebook

EASY, ALL HARPS.  52 Celtic melodies, each in 2 different keys. Very easy to play and includes fingering and brackets. This book is ideal for those wanting to learn the harp with more Celtic repertoire rather than the standard classical beginning repertoire.

Canyon Song

LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.  Ten beautiful melodies appropriate for either harp or piano.  Some are haunting, all are lovely.

Colors of Italy

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS   If you like the music of Frank Voltz, you will absolutely love this collection.

Contemporary Collection V 1

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Original Music with a Jazzy Flavor.  Red Sequins, Blue Bliss and Plum Brandy. 

Contemporary Collection V 2

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Cool, unique, FUN! Eight original pieces in varying styles: waltz, jazz, variation, Irish, contemporary and more.   Appropriate for both C and Eb tunings.

Contemporary Collection V 3

UPPER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Cool, unique, jazzy, bluesy, impressionistic, all these describe the music in Joyce's Collections. Interesting repertoire, gigging pieces, or something different for recitals.

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