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Cradle Song for Harp & Bells

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + HANDBELLS.  This beautiful piece, in 4/4 marked Poco Andante, is scored for four octaves of handbells and lever or pedal harp. This is probably the most well-known of the works of Alexander Ilyinsky (1859-1920), a Russian composer.  Cradle Song is from the Noure and Anitra Suite. This arrangement The harp part is two pages in length and quite simple, but very effective.   The arrangers are Diane L. Mayer and Margaret R. Tucker. INTERMEDIATE LEVER OR PEDAL HARP For more information about this composer, who really deserves more notoriety that he is given: http://www.unsungcomposers.com/forum/index.php?topic=507.0

Forest Green Ens + Bells

ALL HARPS INTERMEDIATE ENSEMBLE The melody is passed between the three harp parts. The melody is also doubled with the optional instrumental part. The three-octave handbell part (with optional C3, F3, and G3) is a transcription of Harp III. The striking of bells with mallets in various places against the plucking of the harp strings makes for a unique sound.

Pas Et Medio for Hp/Fl/Bells

UPPER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + BELLS & FLUTE. This Renaissance tune by Tielman Susato has been arranged for lever/pedal harp (or keyboard), 2 octaves of hand chimes (or handbells) and flute (or C instrument). This Renaissance tune by Tielman Susato has been arranged for lever/pedal harp (or keyboard), 2 octaves of hand chimes (or handbells) and flute (or C instrument) by Thom Dutton. Its delightful polyphonic nature allows each instrument to have its own melody. The piece is from the early 1500's, is in 4/4 and marked Adagio. The harp part, 2 pages in length, can be played on lever or pedal harp. It is of lower intermediate difficulty. There is an easy flute part, and the bell part calls for 2 octaves and can also be played on chimes.   LOWER TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.

Still, Still, Still for harp and bells

LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + HANDBELLS. This will be an easy addition to the Advent/Epiphany season. Just two octaves (15 bells) are needed for this lovely harp or keyboard and handbell selection. No accidentals or tricky rhythms to trip up the ringers. Nice full chords and an accompaniment section done mostly in octaves while the harp or keyboard plays melody, measures 16 through 26. Easy handbell part.

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