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A Hymn a Day V 1

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS GEARED TOWARD SMALLER LEVER HARPS -  Many wonderful titles that have not previously been arranged for harp, from well-known favorites to songs that are lesser-known yet equally important.

A Hymn a Day V 2

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS GEARED TOWARD SMALLER LEVER HARPS - Many wonderful titles that have not previously been arranged for harp, from well-known favorites to songs that are lesser known, yet equally important. O Worship the King, God the Omnipotent, O God of Earth and Altar, God is Love, I Will Sing the Wondrous Story, Arise, My Soul, Arise, Sweet Hour of Prayer, Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All, He Giveth More Grace, Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me, All My Hope on God Is Founded, There’s a Wilderness in God’s Mercy, Jesus, Lover of My Soul, O Thou in All Thy Might So Far, I Know Whom I Have Believed, Jesus, What a Friend for Sinners, Ye Servants of God, My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less, Jesus, Thy Blood and Righteousness, God, Be Merciful to Me, Stand Up and Bless the Lord, Jesus, the Name, High Over All,

A Hymn a Day V 3

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS GEARED TOWARD SMALLER LEVER HARPS. Arrangements are interesting and have lovely harmonies. All have been edited for harpability and are playable on a harp which goes to the G which is one and ½ octaves below middle C. Lever changes are indicated with diamond shaped notes.

A Hymn a Day V 4

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS GEARED TOWARD SMALLER LEVER HARPS. Volume four includes songs for Thanksgiving, Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany seasons as well as a few for the ordinary time between Epiphany and Lent.

A Hymn a Day V 5

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS GEARED TOWARD SMALLER LEVER HARPS. Arrangements are interesting and have lovely harmonies. All have been edited for harpability and are playable on a harp which goes to the G which is one and ½ octaves below middle C. Lever changes are indicated with diamond shaped notes.

Celtic Folk Songs and Hymns

EARLY INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. A hymn text has often found its home in a folk song and a secular text sometimes finds a home in a hymn tune. This collection has a little of both.

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