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INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + FLUTE Excellent repertoire! These favorite hymns can be played on full range lever harp or pedal harp. Key signatures range from D to F. Lever changes are indicated. Easily sight readable by the advanced harpist. Joyce Weaver is a talented arranger of music for harp and other instruments. She has a built in family ensemble that enjoys playing together, and has been doing so for many many years. Her ensemble performs time and again in a variety of locations throughout the northern half of the United States. These arrangements were her first publications, originally in two books. They were immediately successful and well received. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Table of Contents: Just as I Am (key of C), I Will Arise and Go to Jesus (key of G), Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing (key of D), I Come with Joy to Meet My Lord (key of
BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE TRIO, ALL HARPS. These pieces have been arranged so that you can use them in a variety of ways. Harp I is the melody only, to be used alone or with an ensemble including at least Harp II. Harp III is the melody with a simple accompaniment to be used alone or in ensemble. Harp II is an accompaniment and needs to be put with at least Harp I. The exception here is the piece “The Water is Wide” which has the melody only in Harp I. There are also several pieces with a 4th part to be played by a flute or other C instrument or by another harp, if preferred. The pieces included in this set of arrangements were requested by my students, either by specific title of by genre of music. I hope you and your students enjoy playing them as much as we
BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Each carol is done in an easier and harder version, with Silent Night, Away in the Manger, and I Saw Three Ships at a true beginner level. The last four titles have a supplementary accompaniment playable by a teacher or intermediate student.
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
LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Lovely repertoire, and all on the easy side. Several versions of each tune are included, ranging from very easy to lower intermediate. Notes and explanations on how to place, replace, and finger the tunes included.
INTERMEDIATE ALL HARPS + FLUTE - lovely, sweet, short melody. Joyce's version is in the key of D with the melody presented 4 times. Verses 1 and 3 are similar but an octave apart, same with verses 2 & 4. Flute takes a little bit of harmony on 2 & 4. This is not a common Christmas carol, and I found it on the following you tube (not Joyce Weaver's arrangement).