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Four Ensembles (3 duos/1 trio)

INTERMEDIATE DUO or TRIO, ALL HARPS BRANSLE Claude Gervaise, ( 1535-1565) was an important figure in the French secular music of his time. The Bransle is a 16th century French dance performed by couples in either a line or a circle. EN ROULANT MA BOULE The voyageurs and coureurs- de- bois traversed by canoe the rivers and lakes of New France in search of furs for the European market. They sang continuously to the rhythm of their paddles, usually old ballads they had learned in France. The very popular “En roulant ma boule” ( While Rolling My Ball), tells the story of a prince who shoots a white duck from whose eyes bright diamonds fall and from whose bill drops gold for all. MERRY WIDOW WALTZ The “Merry Widow Waltz” is from the operetta “ The Merry Widow” by the Austro-Hungarian composer Franz Lehar ( 1870-1948). MAMA GONE A’MOUNTAIN “Mama Gone

Four Songs for Voice & Harp

ALL HARPS INTERMEDIATE - HARP AND VOICE. Music by Mary Muckle, Poetry by Wm. Yeats. In the alto range with highest note Eb a m10th above middle C. Harp parts are intermediate and nicely independent of the vocal line.The Song of Wandering Aengus in Eb, The Stolen Child Gm, When You are Old in Eb, and Lake Isle of Innisfree in Eb. In the alto range with highest note Eb a 10th above middle C. Harp part are intermediate and nicely independent of the vocal line.

Huron Carol (Jesous Ahatonhia)

The Huron Indian Carol, possibly the first of all Canadian carols.  This beautiful arrangement is in the key of Gm, several verses, several languages.  Range is D to D.

Three Folksong Duets

LOWER INTERMEDIATE DUO, ALL HARPS   Three lovely folk tunes: Fairy Lullaby, She's Like the Swallow and All the Pretty Little Horses - arranged for harp duet.  Beautiful, well done arrangements, with editing and brackets included. Read more details below.

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