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LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.  The inspiration for this book came from a workshop given by Sunita Stanislow.

Sunset on Seattle

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Lovely and pleasant originals. The tunes in the book are organized in the order of key signatures starting with Eb and ending with G. Some of the tunes are more simply arranged than others. The chord symbols above the staff are suggestions for accompaniment not necessarily an analysis of the notes in the measure. The metronome markings are also just suggestions. Play at your own pace. Contains: The Liminal Bell, Carolina Sunset, Waltz Upon a Time, Sunset on Seattle, Halona’s Waltz, Habanera Cats, Tourner à Trois, Music Box Lullaby, The Dragon King (revisited), Windy Ridge, Dreamcatcher, The Emerald Forest, The Lost Banjo, Lullaby Waltz.  YouTube below!

Sweepin’ the Clouds Away

LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. 15 originals plus a wonderful ensemble arrangement for two harps and cello or bass recorder of Birds of Blue Ridge.

The Lone Egret

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + FLUTE   Music put together by Sharon Thormahlen and a young flute student, Jessica Urey.

The Singing Tree

LOWER INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.  Eleven original melodies written in the same easy-going style of Sharon Thormahlen's other two books, "A Rose in Winter" and "Where the Fingers Fall". Eleven original melodies. Three songs are in Eb (three flats), one in Bb (two flats), one in F (one flat), two songs in C, three in G (one sharp), and one in the key of D (two sharps). Chords are listed above the top staff for those who like to improvise or have another instrument, such as guitar, play along. Glissandoes can be found in Nanolu O Kohola. A Walk in the Woods is a duet for two harps. Harp one is melody line only, so could be played by a rank beginner with no difficulty, as well as flute, violin, hammered dulcimer, etc. Table of Contents: The Dragon King Round (this tune also has words), In the Wind, The Mossy Glade, Moon Drifting, Nanolu A

Tis the Season

LOWER INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.  Easy arrangements that are elegant and uncluttered. These arrangements are simple, elegant, and uncluttered. Suitable for beginners and intermediate players, a player could learn them all in one season. Entertaining and fun rhythms make this book attractive to any level player. Throughout the book both hands generally play single notes, no large chords. Pedal harp or full range lever harp, with levers B, F, and C, is needed to play these arrangements with no alteration. Songs include: Celtic Carol, O' Little Town of Bethlehem, Deck the Halls, Silent Night, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, The Holy and the Ivy, What Child is This?, Away in a Manger, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, O Come All Ye Faithful, and The First Noel.

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