Subtitled “A Collection of Three Pretty Little Triad Pieces”, these melodies are well-marked, easy to read, and are excellent teaching pieces for the harp. The First Day of Spring is a very gratifying beginner’s piece. It is in the key of C, the lowest note is C below middle C, and there are no lever changes. Nosey’s Requiem (dedicated to a deceased rabbit) is in the key of G minor with left hand crossovers, rolled chords, harmonics, and sixteenth note arpeggios. Excellent for the advanced beginner. In the Shenandoah Valley features syncopation, block triads, and rolled chords for the advanced beginner. EASY LEVER OR PEDAL HARP.
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The First Day of Spring (by Lucien Thomson), Nosey’s Requiem, In The Shenandoah Valley (both by William Lovelace)