For beginning and intermediate harp trio, pedal or lever, keys of G and C. There are several pieces with a 4th part to be played by flute or C instrument, or another harp.
BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.
These pieces have been arranged so that you can use them in a variety of ways.
Harp I is the melody only, to be used alone or with an ensemble including at least
Harp II. Harp III is the melody with a simple accompaniment to be used alone or in
ensemble. Harp II is an accompaniment and needs to be put with at least Harp I.
The exception here is the piece “The Water is Wide” which has the melody only in
Harp I. There are also several pieces with a 4th part to be played by a flute or other
C instrument or by another harp, if preferred.
The pieces included in this set of arrangements were requested by my students,
either by specific title of by genre of music. I hope you and your students enjoy
playing them as much as we did! –Joyce Weaver – author
Table of Contents:
The Water Is Wide, The Ash Grove, Blow the Wind Southerly, Lilliburlero, An Irish Love Song, Danny Boy.