Dreama’s Dance PDF

ALL HARPS INTERMEDIATE – a book of solos and ensembles dedicated to the memory of Dreama Powell.



The Harp Competition at the Ohio Scottish Games marked its 30th anniversary in
2014. On behalf of those who have participated in competitions or enjoyed attending
the harp competitions at the Ohio Scottish Games, or harp classes at the Ohio Scottish
Arts School, the members of Scottish Harp Society of America and those who represent
the Scottish American Cultural Society of Ohio, wish to pay tribute to the founder of
our harp competition and organizer all these many years, Dreama Powell.
The Harp Competition was her brainchild in 1984 and Dreama approached the
Clans and the Ohio Scottish Games for support. Dreama shortly became a trustee of the
Scottish American Cultural Society of Ohio and the 1st competition for harp was held in
1985 in Oberlin, Ohio, judged by Tina Tourin.
Table of Contents:

All Earth Dreams – Voice and harp
Banish Misfortune* – Melody, descant,
harmony, and harps 1 and 2

Cairn Tune – Harp solo
Down the Brae – Melody with harp

Dreama’s Dance – Harp solo
The Earl of Lauderdale – Harp solo
Elterwater Quickstep – Harp solo
Eriskay Love Lilt – Voice and harp
The Fallen Chief – Harp solo
Fanny Poer – Melody, flute, harmony,
and harps 1 and 2

Flowers of Edinburgh – Harp solo
For Aye, Herb – Harp solo
Gretchen’s Red Rose – Harp solo with
optional descant

Hackett’s Schottische – Harp solo
Isabella Burke – Harp solo

The Keel Row – Flute, hammered
dulcimer, cello, and harp

Lament for MacGregor of Ruaro –
Harp solo

Land O’ the Leal* – Melody, descant,
harmony, and harp accompaniment

Loch Maree – Harp solo
Mrs. Fleming of Moness – Harp solo
Niel Gow’s Lamentation for James
Moray – Harp solo

Nights of Gladness – Harp solo
O Can Ye Sew Cushions – Voice and

Peace Lullaby – Harp solo with
optional harp descants

Peggie’s Wedding – Harp solo with
optional melody, descant, & harmony

The Sack of Mail – Harp solo
Simple Gifts* – Score, melody, descant,
harmony, and harps 1 and 2

Sitting in the Stern of a Boat – Harp

Skye Boat Song* – Score, melody,
descant, harmony, and harps 1, 2,
and 3

The Slumbering Minstrel – Harp solo
Star in the East – Harp solo or 3

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