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ALL HARPS INTERMEDIATE OR HARP AND VIOLIN Solo Version: This gentle rendition of O Waly, Waly (also known as The Water is Wide) has been transcribed for pedal or lever harp. This set includes separate scores for pedal and lever harps, with lever changes indicated. Each is two pages in length. Also known as "The Water is Wide", this traditional tune that has remained popular to this day. Included in the Child Ballads, it is still a well loved tune today. Version for Harp and Violin: This arrangement for violin and piano (or lever or pedal harp) is suitable for solo and ensemble contests as well as recitals. Score and violin part included.
EASY, ALL HARPS. Beginning collection of solo pieces. Starts with the basics and progresses to placing and playing two, then three, then four notes at a time. A beginning collection of solo pieces for the harp. Starts with the basics of note reading, and progresses to placing and playing two, then three, then four notes at a time. Fingerings and placing brackets are well marked. 32 pages. EASY LEVER HARP. Table of Contents: C is next to D, C is played with A, Look-alikes, Twin Gs, Stepping Stones, Rocking, Down to the Windy Sea, Thumbs Up Fingers Down, Good Position, Heavenly Lights, Finding Notes, The Seasons, Left Hand Excursion, Riding The Waves, A Tangled Web, Back to School, October, Pumpkins Winking, Yellow Moon, Black Cats, Thanksgiving Holidays, Pumpkin Pies, Turkeys Gobble, Falling Leaves, Jingle Bells, Jolly Old Saint Nicholas, Silent Night, The First Noel, Hark! The Herald Angles Sing, Winter’s Delight,
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INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS Arrangements that are simple and elegant, not requiring a lot of range. This item slightly water damaged from tropical storm or hurricane. Does not impair notes at all. Christ Child's Lullaby/Carol of the Pipers, Dona Nobis Pacem/Away in a Manger, Lo How a Rose, Of the Father's Love Begotten, What Child is This?, It Came Upon the Midnight Clear, Silent Night, The First Noel. These arrangements are simple and elegant. Most of the music can be played on a harp that goes to the G which is 1 and ½ octaves below middle C.