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A dance in an Eastern style for two intermediate level pedal harpists. This original work, composed by Hariette Cady is a fun and rousing duet for any harp recital! The first harp part consists of an energetic melody while the second harp plays a rhythmic accompaniment in fifths. The middle section of the piece features a more delicate melody for first harp while second harp plays a series of overlapping glissandos. The original melody returns for a rousing finish.
Harpist May Hogan Cambern was among one of the earliest women to perform professionally in an orchestra. She served as second harpist in the (then) newly formed Los Angeles Philharmonic. She also played professionally in many motion-picture studios until her retirement in 1960. These arrangements for harp are both idiomatic and elegant. Suited for the intermediate pedal harpist. 24 pages, pedal changes are marked.
A beautiful fantasie for late intermediate to advanced pedal harpists. This is the original edition of the Saint-Saens Fantasie, written, not arranged for, harp. Very harpistic with intermittent thematic material and lengthy cadenza sections. This piece is often played in recitals.15 pages.
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.
French composer Andre Caplet (1878-1925) wrote this work for harp and string quartet based on Edgar Allen Poe's story "The Mask of the Red Death." Caplet's writing for harp is masterful; a contemporary of Debussy's, his works for solo harp have become staples of the repertoire.