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LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + CELLO. A very sweet and simple piece in the key of C, utilizing placing of only 2 fingers at a time in each hand throughout. Originally written for one of Mitch’s students to play with her sister, a cellist. A very sweet and simple piece in the key of C, utilizing placing of only two fingers at a time in each hand throughout. The cello part is a separate pull-out page, and has been transcribed for violin or viola, each a separate pull-out. Mitch has also arranged this as a harp solo. The left hand is more active in the solo version. All versions are included. From Mary Radspinner: I have used this music at a wedding with an excellent violin player. It is a beautiful melody and was so lovely we played it twice through! LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.
INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE, PEDAL HARP. The arrangements are true to the originals, edits for ease of harp playing. Arrangements are quite true to the originals, with changes for ease of harp playing (and some octave changes for the cello!) Harp parts includes cued notes from either the flute or cello, depending on which helps more. Separate flute and cello parts included. INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE, PEDAL HARP. Table of Contents: La ci Darem la Mano from Don Giovanni by Mozart The Flower Duet from Lakme by Delibes Medley from Hansel and Gretel by Humperdinck Angel Chorus from Faust by Gounod Un Bel Di from Madame Butterfly by Puccini O Mio Babbino Caro from Gianni Schicchi by Puccini
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL, ALL HARPS & C INSTRUMENT. Nicely edited, this compelling melody is beautiful as a harp duet with cello or violin/flute. Nicely edited, this compelling melody is beautiful as a harp duet with cello or violin/flute. The harp part is divided between the right hand and left hand, making it very playable. Almost sight readable by the intermediate harpist. One lever change. INTERMEDIATE LEVER HARP. Alexander Alexandrovich Ilyinsky (1859-1920) was a Russian music teacher and composer. His most famous work is the Lullaby (Berceuse), Op. 13, No. 7. It is from his orchestral suite "Noure and Anitra". Another of his famous works is the opera The Fountain of Bakhchisaray.
UPPER INTERMEDIATE, PEDAL HARP + HANDBELLS . This piece can be played year-round but is especially nice at Christmas or Easter. The harp part can also be played on full-range lever harp by leaving out the notes which are accidentals as they also occur in the bell part. Comes only in a set of 11 bells, conductor score and harp part. Listen to the performance on our sound file!
INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + ENSEMBLE. A collection of simply beautiful melodies, three duets, one trio, and one quartet, arranged for lever or pedal harp plus flute, violin, cello, and guitar. Each piece is printed as a full score and as separate parts for each instrument. The harp parts are all at a lower intermediate to intermediate level of difficulty. This music is very relaxing and enjoyable to listen to and a joy to play. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. This book is also available without the CD (see SKU 70908). Table of Contents: Adagio in C for Harp and Flute; Duet from the Song in G for Harp and Cello; Trio in G for Harp, Flute, and Violin; A Country Air for Two Harps; and Quartet in C for Harp, Flute, and Two Guitars.
UPPER INTERMEDIATE PEDAL HARP. 3 original intermediate to upper intermediate pieces for pedal harp with a significantly challenging cello part. This collection contains 3 original intermediate to upper intermediate level pieces for pedal harp. The pieces are fairly showy, using glissandos, lots of arpeggios, harmonics and rolled chords. Songs can be played separately or in one unit as a concert piece lasting approximately 8 1/2 minutes. The cello part is significantly challenging. Also available separately as harp solo. INTERMEDIATE PEDAL HARP Table of Contents: Minuet in Four, Song of Guadalajara, Nocturne
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL, ALL HARPS. Clever medley: Clair de Lune, In the Evening by the Moonlight, Blue Moon, Moonlight Sonata, and Moon River. Harp solo or as a harp/cello duo versions provided. Hear the entire piece as performed by Joyce Rice - scroll below.