Six beautiful pieces arranged for two melody instruments and pedal harp. The harp parts are very playable and easy to read, has several accidentals. INTERMEDIATE, PEDAL HARP
The pieces are: Adagio by Albinoni, Evening Serenade by Hadyn, Nocturne by Borodin, Romanza by Mozart, Clair de Lune by Debussy, and Morning by Grieg. There are parts for flute or violin with flute, violin, oboe, clarinet, or cello. Adagio by Albinoni: cannot be done with two flutes or flute and oboe, the lower part goes too low. Flute or violin with violin, clarinet or cello and harp work very well. Evening Serenade by Haydn can be played by any possible combination, the lower part is low for flute or oboe, but is certainly playable by those instruments. Nocturne by Borodin – could be played by any possible combination, however the melody and harmony parts are interchanged between the top part and lower part, and a contrast in timbre of the instruments makes it a much better piece. Romanza by Mozart can be played by any possible combination. Clair de Lune by Debussy can be a trio with flute or violin on the top part and flute, violin, oboe or clarinet on the lower part and the harp. If a cello is used, it is a totally different part from the “lower part” and makes the piece a quartet. Just add the cello to the trio. Morning by Grieg – the best combination here is flute or violin on the top part with the violin, clarinet or cello on the lower part played with the harp. The lower part can be played by a flute or oboe by using the upper notes when there is a split, but that will not sound as good as the other combinations.