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Harpy goes to Japan is an interesting book with several Japanese melodies Some are simple, but there are also some of a more spicy level. Harpy goes to Holland is a collection of famous Dutch children's songs. From the piece 'Ue o muite arukou' there are different versions in the book: a harp duet, a solo pedal harp and an additional part for a melody instrument like a violin or flute.
All arrangements and illustrations were made by Masumi. Titles - Dutch part: Boer, wat zeg je van mijn kippen? Rhett Barnwell's 3-page arrangement of Amazing Grace begins with the melody played in harmonics. A simple left-hand pattern comes in for the 2nd verse. The final verse features large 8-note chords. It is in the key of C with no lever changes, and no fingerings. This book contains 22 songs arranged for folk harp.
They are written on a double-treble grand staff two staff lines, both treble clef , and playable on string or larger harps. Beginning with G below Middle C, all of the songs stay within the three-octave range. There are no lever changes, and all the songs are in either C or Am, no levers needed at all. Well notated, easy to read. Fun to play. From the Winter Ayres CD. Pedal changes, enharmonics, harmonies that will keep you and your audience interested in the music until the last note.
Upper intermediate level. A very 'harpistic' solo. A beautyful long solo piece, that is excellent for concert performances. While writing these new compositions for harp, Janne-Minke was inspired by the beautiful, calm piano music by Ludovico Einadi. Julien believes that music is in the notes and therefore chose not to add dynamic marks.
This gives you a great freedom of interpretation. Metronome speeds are well marked, but are only advisory. The music exudes a medieval atmosphere reminiscent of Elizabethan music. Julien sees John Dowland as his role model. Ondertiteld "Basis oefeningen met illustraties en technische uitleg" Dit boek is een inleiding en aanvulling op Salzedo's moderne studie van de harp. De eerste 44 pagina's zijn een geschreven inleiding zowel in het Engels als in het Frans met korte oefeningen over de juiste positie van de handen, speeltechniek en oefensuggesties met gidsen voor stemmen en besnaren.
De volgende 15 preludes voor beginnende pedaalharpisten richten zich elk op een bepaald aspect van harptechniek. A wonderful collection of music, containing elegant arrangements of melodies suitable for the Christmas season, and arranged in key order so that the entire collection can be played as a continuous suite, if desired.
Lever and pedal changes are well-planned and well-marked. Keys of F, C, G, and D major or relative minors. Written in a nice harpistic style, and are very enjoyable to play. Circle songs are songs that could be a theme repeated endlessly. Circle these songs are always made with matching A and B share. A harp starts with the A-part and one in the B section.
Then it repeats itself as a Canon, Harp 2 Harp to the beginning as a harp at B arrives. The first two compositions, there is an end C. For all other pieces repeats itself all the time. An end, you worry. The last part is a solo piece. But in the meantime, the Circle's songs maybe you are so inspired, that you make yourself at second voice. For the third harp class year. Each piece has two page numbers listed after it in the table of contents, designated "skills" and "notes.
A must have piece for every pedal harp player. A well known theme by Haydn with five beautiful variations. The Bolero and Jota are representative of Spanish dance rhythms. The Bolero is not difficult, but the Espanoleta and Jota each present challenges and require precise lever work. Seguidilla is slightly less challenging and can be substituted for the Jota movement. The suite, or any of its parts, can be a valuable addition to the repertoire. You can play one, or any combination of the four.
Perfume a Tango is a passionate new work from Athy written for electric lever harp which incorporates tango tunes and "gypsy" elements. It was inspired by the romantic history of Buenos Aires. Contains solo arrangements of medieval and Renaissance music, from cantigas 13th century Spain to popular dance tunes from the 16th and 17th centuries.
There are two ensembles for 3 harps : a well-known Praetorius 'Courante' and the Cantiga Several of the pieces in the book were performed in ensemble, and are now arranged as harp solos. The book also has information on Renaissance dance types and suggestions for performance. The pieces in the 'Historical Harp Collection' are playable on early, lever and pedal harps.
Nancy performs them daily on her pedal harp as part of her repertoire, for Tea at the Ritz-Carlton in Boston. Solo or duet: "Rosin the Beau". An excellent collection of some of the most famous Renaissance compositions from England, France, Flanders, Italy and Spain. Most of these pieces have never before been arranged for harp. These elegant arrangements are for the intermediate to advanced level player. Where key changes occur both pedal and lever harp markings are clearly indicated and some fingerings are also noted.
Informative biographies of composers and anecdotal notes on the compositions included. Very playable three page version of this audience pleaser. For lever or pedal harp, requires full range lever harp. Pedal graphs and marking included, for lever harp, sharp all Gs. Right hand plays parallel thirds or single note melody. Some full chords. Allegro section is simplified by using descending triplets in right hand. Simple yet very effective! Glisses at end. Special techniques. Photographs of several types of harps and about 50 pages of music including:.
A suite of dances for pedal harp. A challenging suite of music by this award winning composer loved by harpists the world over. The pieces numbers 1, 4, 9 and 12, all titled 'Promenade' are optional at partial executions, but must necessarily be played in the case of a full implementation. Intermediate to advanced level pop music for lever harp. Eb tuning is standard to facilitate the different keys and accidentals. Harmonies are true to the original composition, and lyrics are included.
Twelve Broadway standards. Difficulty: intermediate. Intermediate level, key of F, accidentals, accent marks in one variation, fingerings, two muffles at the end. Here is a wistful, dreamy piece, to be played freely and with emotion. There are many repeating patterns for the left and right hands, making it a lot easier to play than it may first appear. In the middle contrasting section, the melody and accompaniment are more distinct, separated by the right and left hands.
The final section combines the first and middle sections. Key of F, some large chords, lowest note is the F 33 on a string harp , no accidentals. This is an ancient Welsh air that was first published in Relics of the Welsh Bards in This melody is one of the most moving and memorable from the musical heritage of Wales. The dying harpist, David, asks his family to bring his harp so that he can touch it for the last time. An angel appears to him, telling him to play the harp during his last journey.
The rising figuration in the second verse accompanies David's soul as it rises to heaven. Help me, dear wife, put the hands to the strings, I wish my loved ones the blessing God brings. The 15 Scandinavian tunes in this Volume are arranged for intermediate level lever harp. Famous Spanish music, much performed in concerts. From very simple to intermediate. Including 3 versions for solo harp and 4 versions for harp and voice. Scarlatti is famous for his harpsichord work.
Some of his most beautiful pieces have been edited by Susan Miron for harp. Some parts are adapted to make them playable for harp. But the result is as close as possible to the original. The melodies in this collection are absolutely beautiful. They are so enjoyable to play! They're interesting, not too challenging, and engrossing; almost reminicient of movie background music. Each title has a dedication or a brief explanation. They are all for a full range lever harp can be played on pedal harp, too and there are very few lever changes.
Generally the RH is easy. Sometimes there are cross-overs and unders in the LH. A very beautiful collection of impressionistic-type selection. This is a more diverse collection, with the LH accompaniment more developed than most of Mr. Mahan's selections. C and F levers required. Montecito Morning is in the key of D, 2 pages with lovely embellished 7th harmonies. Walking Down Butterfly Lane is very easy to play, but the harmonies make up for the simplicity. Treasure of San Ysidro has a mysterious sound to it. Key of A minor with a variety of rhythmic changes throughout - an interesting composition to play.
Canyon has a breezy feel to it, key of C with an easy LH. Key of C. It brings the flavor of the local language, the natural color of culture and heritage to life. The Walloon tunes lend themselves particularly well to the harp that gives them grace and lightness Therapeutic use: relaxation, positivity, cutural anchoring, cocooning, healing, memories, imaginary journey.
La Saline. Renaissance de la Harpe Celtique or Renaissance of the Celtic Harp is a record album by the Breton master of the Celtic harp Alan Stivell that revolutionised the connection between traditional folk music, modern rock music and world music. The release of this album with its fusion of classical, traditional folk and rock music, its mixture of instruments cello, harp, electric guitar, traditional and modern drums and its evocation of a utopian atmosphere and vision of humans in harmony with nature, immediately set it as a benchmark in the Celtic music revival of the s.
People who hear this record are never the same again. Renaissance of the Celtic Harp, one of the most beautiful and haunting records ever made by anybody, introduced the Celtic harp to many thousands of listeners around the world. The opening work, Ys, is a piece inspired by the legend of the 5th century capital of the kingdom of Cornwall, which was engulfed by a flood as punishment for its sins.
Titles: Caitlin Triall. Irish Melody. Stivell Port Ui Mhuirgheasa. Irish Jig. Stivell Airde Cuan. Jord Cochevelou Na Reubairean. Scottish Melody. Megevand Manx Melody. Stivell Heman Dubh. Hebridean Work Song. Stivell Gaelic Waltz. Scottish Waltz. Stivell Struan Robertson. Stivell The Little Cascade. Scottish Dance Reel. Stivell Braigh Loch Lall. Scottish Melody trad, arr. Stivell Port An Deorai. Suit of Irish Slip Jig. Stivell Marv Pointkalleg. Breton music. Denise Megevand Ys. Variations on folk themes. A lovely collection of easy pieces for the beginner lever harpist by French composer Michel Capelier.
This collection offers 10 pieces of progressive difficulty; the first few are suited to a beginner harpist and they gradually increase to an intermediate lever of difficulty. A great choice for classical progressive studies. Lupa Sheet music ]. The Companion CD helps you to get used to playing together.
The CD contains a slow and a faster version of the pieces. Composed in To remember all those who suffered pain, bereavement, and whose lives and dreams were shattered by the Iraq War and the Asian Tsunami. It is brutally broken by a discordant E natural as the wave engulfs everything in its path. Time goes on, and peace and hope return. Farewell to lovely Llangyfelach is the song of farewell to his native village, sung by a young eighteenth-century Welshman. The sound of the small drum, that enticed many young men to fight for King and country, is imitated in this piece by tapping the rhythm on the soundboard of the harp.
Shortly after the piano compositions appeared in the "Songs of Seasons" and "Songs of Summer" bundles, many harp players also found the pieces very fun to perform. Because of course there are significant differences in playing modes and in sound between the harp and the piano, Donna has now edited a selection for harp in this book "Songs of Four Seasons for Harp".
This fun new book of 10 Billy Joel favorites is for harp players of almost any level, because there are two arrangements of each title. These easier arrangements contain few, if any, lever changes. Harpist Emily Brecker has kept the arrangements as close as possible to Billy Joel's original songs, as performed on his recordings. Aros meaning to stay or wait contains a number of beautiful self-compositions, including a number specially composed for a theatre show on George Borrow, plus Delyth's exquisite arrangements of some well known traditional Welsh tunes such as Ar Hyd Y Nos.
Level: Easy - Intermediate. Many of these tunes can be played throughout the year. The arrangements include intros and interludes in Kim's signature expressive, improvisational style in keys from one flat to two sharps. El Noi de la Mare is the only piece with lever changes within the music. Chord symbols are included, but no fingerings. Your Language: Nederlands English. Shop By. Clear All.
Search results for 'Play the Harp Beautifully'. Page: 1 2 3 4 5 Next. Sample 1 of 1. Beautiful harp solo by Jan Ladislav Dussek. Latin dances for harp with percussion. Prokofiev, Sergei - Prelude op. Prelude op. Eleven original melodies arranged for lever or pedal harp.
Digital Sheet Music for Nos. Reels and Strathspeys by Traditional scored for Fiddle, Flute or Tinwhistle; id Nos 81 reels and strathspeys. Bring a colleague learn implement and succeed. Publication of the columbia club of indianapolisthanksgivingschool.
Henrietta, Lady Clive, was one of these women. We do not know. Ramasamayya and the other Thanjavur musicians were experts in Karnatic music. Muthuswami Dikshitar was clearly inspired by his experience with band and fiddle tunes in Madras and Thanjavur. The Thanjavur court musicians, on the other hand, would have encountered popular British songs not only as band tunes, but as often in the context of classical chamber music.
Indeed, popular tunes had permeated nearly every genre and kind of English music of the time, instrumental and vocal, and they ruled the English music landscape. Handel gained fame as the foremost composer of sacred music. His 29 massive oratorios --opera-like works with large orchestras and choruses, spectacular solos, and lyrics based on Bible narratives and texts -- became the most popular works performed in public theaters in London. The standard setting of GSK is the one authored and popularized in by Thomas Arne , composer of popular English operas.
George, Madras. In the reception of Hindustani Airs in Thanjavur, the travels of English and Indian tunes came full circle. It seems fitting to end this essay with a reference to birdsong. Thanks to Serfoji and his fellow-innovators in the early 19th century, at least in Thanjavur, European music did not remain, as E.
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