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ADVANCED BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE ALL HARPS An exciting and active arrangement that captures the interest of the player. Choice A: Two or Three Lever Harps (harp 3 is optional) Choice B: Two pedal harps and optional 3rd harp (pedal or lever)
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL, ALL HARPS & C INSTRUMENT. 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. I 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. Please choose your preference: Paper Version with pullout cello and flute part | PDF download for Lever Harp with cello and flute part | PDF download for Pedal Harp with cello and flute part. The drop-down menu allows you to make your choice.
LEVER OR PEDAL DUOS - ADVANCED BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE The famous, beautiful and favorite Brahms Waltz originally in A flat - this written in B flat. Choices: 2 pedal harps | 2 lever harps | 5 mixed harps The version for 5 mixed harps consists of Harp 1 and 2 from the pedal version, Harp 1 and 2 from the lever version, and an optional part 3 which is for an advanced beginner.
5 HARPS, 2 CAN BE LEVER, INTERMEDIATE Composer: Georges Bizet Commissioned for the 2016 AHS Conference in Atlanta. This very well known composition will both challenge and delight both player and audience. Images of the score are provided. The piece is not difficult to play, but the counting and accidentals will prove worthy of practice. Composed as incidental music to Alphonse Daudet's "L'Arlésienne" (a play.) A girl is loved by a young peasant. He discovers her infidelity and starts to go crazy. His family tries to help to no avail, and he jumps off a balcony. It was first performed in 1872 in Paris.
ALL HARPS BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE. Vivace! With timpanic sounds and quick silences. Some full chords, some easy melody lines. A good variety for an ensemble. Choice A: 3 lever or pedal harps (parts and score) Choice B: 4 lever or pedal harps (reduced version parts and score) Choice C: 7 harps (you receive both A and B in one digital book plus the 7-harp score) All versions include score.
PEDAL HARP AND LEVER HARP ENSEMBLES - INTERMEDIATE The Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 5 is cleverly written. This piece was inspired when Brahms met Eduard Remenyi, a famous Hungarian Gypsy violinist, who shared with Brahms about Gypsy music. The Hungarian Dances, by Brahms, were inspired by these Gypsy rhythms, dances and melodies. They were originally written for the piano. Choices: 3 pedal harps 3 lever harps 5 pedal harps 5 lever harps
INTERMEDIATE TRIO, PEDAL HARP. In Paradisum from the Fauré Requiem for three pedal harps or for 2 pedal harps and one lever harp. This is a very well done and clever arrangement, easy to read, pedal and lever markings are clear. In Paradisum from the Fauré Requium for three pedal harps or for 2 pedal harps and one lever harp. Harp 1 can be played on lever or pedal, and carries some of the moving 16th note motif. That is then turned over to harp 2 (pedal only). Harp 3 carries most of the moving 16th note motif this piece is noted for. Speaking of this motif, it has been arranged so that it lays better under the hand for harpists (originally written for organ). This is a very well done and clever arrangement, easy to read, pedal and lever markings are clear. Contains a score and 3 pull-out parts.
HARP ENSEMBLE INTERMEDIATE - Harps 1, 3 and 4 are pedal harp; Two "harp 2" are provided - one lever and one pedal. This is probably the most famous piece from the suite, and is often performed as a flute/harp duet. This suite of music was composed as incidental music to Alphonse Daudet's "L'Arlésienne" (a play.) A girl is loved by a young peasant. He discovers her infidelity and starts to go crazy. His family tries to help to no avail, and he jumps off a balcony. It was first performed in 1872 in Paris. This purchase includes 5 harp parts, the score and a flute/violin part. It is sold as a set.