The arrangements in this book are selected from the rich repertoire of pieces written in the 16th C and used in Shakespearean plays. There are pullout parts for harp 1 and 2. Bound within the book are the score for each selection with chords, followed by the individual parts with fingerings. These are the same parts as found in the pull-outs, but they contain fingering suggestions. The arrangement of Under the Greenwood Tree is written in two different keys with Part 1 having the melody on the first page and Part 2 on the 2nd page. Each of the twe melodies can be used as a separate solo. The same goes for When That I Was And a Little Tiny Boy. These are full and stately arrangements, nicely edited. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.
It Was a Lover and His Lass
Under the Greenwood Tree
When That I Was and A Little Tiny Boy