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Harp one is the more advanced part with a few harmonics, rolled chords and a few accidentals. Harp two has fewer harmonics and a few ornaments. Harp three is the easiest with mostly single notes in both hands and a few harmonics and ornaments. Lever shifts are minimal in all parts. Harp three could be played on a smaller harp. Four pages including a vocal part with lyrics, D major and 3/4 time. LOWER INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.
UPPER INTERMEDIATE DUO or SOLO, ALL HARPS. Fun arrangement of a lively old favorite! A quick tempo makes this upbeat piece a bit challenging for newer harpers. Arranged in the key of D, each harp part is four pages long and can be played as a duet or solo. No accidentals. UPPER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.
INTERMEDIATE DUO, ALL HARPS. Fun arrangement of these two familiar Christmas tunes. For two or more lever or pedal harps with score. This version of I Saw Three Ships is the English version in 4/4, not the usual 6/8 version. Great arrangement, key of D, almost danceable. Harp one has single notes, harp two plays oom pah. Ding Dong is intermediate, slightly more complicated than Ships. Not hard but the advanced beginner would have to practicet. Harp two has harmonics. Fingerings and brackets well marked. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.