Solos and duets from Celtic lands with additional flute or fiddle parts. Some selections are for harp one and two. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.
Table of Contents:
A Bruxa, (The Sorceress) by Anton Seoane, Glaicia, Spain with flute/fiddle parts; Bianco Fiore, an Italian piece, with flute/fiddle parts; The Earl of Essex Galliard, by J. Dowland; Summer Morn, by B. Kolle; Summer Night by Geirr Lystrup and Aslaug L. Lygre; The Streams of Bunclody, traditional Irish with flute/fiddle parts; When Morning is Breaking, traditional Welsh, with flute/fiddle parts; Have You Been to Carrick?, traditional Irish; Hardiman the Fiddler, traditional Irish slip-jig; Los Bilbilicos (The Nightingales), traditional Sephardic with flute/fiddle parts; Sheba’s Bellybutton, by B. Kolle with flute/fiddle parts; Bonnie at Morn, traditional Northumberland lullaby with flute /fiddle parts; Voyage South, by B. Kolle; The Lass of Aughrim, traditional Irish ballad with separate solo, duet score, and harp one and two; The Humours of Ballyloughlin, traditional Irish; Saguaro by L. Riley & M. MacBean, harp one and two parts.