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INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Music fro the "Further" CD, released May 2016. These tunes work best on a full-range harp with full levers, tuned to Eb. Of course, the songs can be tweaked to accommodate a harp with smaller range. Pedal harpists have all chromatics at the touch of a toe, so no problems there!
INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + OPTIONAL VOICE A journey where you'll make friends with inspirational words and elegant melodies. Many playable on harps as small as 23 strings with a few modifications. Not just a book of harp music, but a journey where you'll make friends with inspirational words and elegant melodies. Mary has written eleven thought-provoking poems and put them to music. All are playable as solo harp music, and many of them are playable on harps as small as 23 strings with a few modifications. Lyrics are provided for many of the pieces, but singing is optional. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Contents: A Long Way Home (From Where I Am) *, The Wanderer [with vocal] *, Peaceful River *, Have Faith In Dreams [with vocal] *, When Summer Ends [with vocal] *, Stars and Shadows [with vocal] * , Rain Must Fall [key of F] *, Rain Must Fall
Kathryn Cater, a marvelous harpist on both pedal and lever, is creative and exceptional as a composer of harp music. Titles are Up the Mountain Trail, Light Through the Trees, Huckleberries, Tickle Creek, Rain on the Lake, High Meadows, Fire Spell, Afterglow, The Stars Come Out, Sunrise on the Mountain. Inspired by Horton Pass, Wallowa … A Walk in the Mountains Read More »
INTERMEDIATE SOLO or DUO, ALL HARPS. Wisconsin Harpists Tammy Naze and Cheryl Murphy have blended a fusion of Celtic, Classical, and Christian styles into Watercolor Harps. This labor of love and friendship, inspired by the sights and sounds of living near the shores of Lake Michigan and Green Bay, is something they hope splashes its way onto your list of favorites. The color blue symbolizes trust, strength and dignity. Blue captures timeless beauty and evokes feelings of dependability and calm. Watercolor Harps hopes this piece splashes its way onto your list of favorites. This piece can be played on lever or pedal harps and also allows players to work on their own interpretation and dynamics. Think of the phrases as cresting waves. The written description “effervescent rolls” under the beginning chords means play the rolls with a fizzy, bubbly feeling. You receive both the solo and duet version. Solo: pedal