An easy, straightforward rendition of this old lovely hymn. Presented in both C and Eb, for lever or pedal harp. The C version requires low C, the Eb version can be played on a 32-string harp going to the low E. All of Angi Bemiss’ arrangements are very playable and are well received by our customers. LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.
Arrangements by Angi Bemiss are easy to read, easy to play, and well-loved by many harpists and harpers.
The single arrangements are presented in the keys of C and Eb. You receive both keys. This is to accommodate lever harps tuned in either C or Eb.
Angi’s arrangements are intermediate or lower intermediate, and they are sight-readable by advanced harpists and some are sight-readable by intermediate harpists. Despite their simplicity, they sound full. The melody is clear, and the harmonies are accurate and supportive of the beautiful melodies Angi chooses to arrange.
These selections are very usable by harpists for many different types of occasions, including background music, weddings, funerals, meditations, sacred services, hospital and hospice work. We highly recommend all of the music arranged by Angi Bemiss.
To see all of the music of Angi Bemiss on our web site, please type BEMISS into the search engine, top right. A long list will generate, including her singles, spiral-bound books, and KISS wedding collection.
“Whispering Hope”, “Listen to the Mockingbird,” “Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?” and “Ten Little Indians were all written by Septimus Winner under the pseudonym of Alice Hawthorne.