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A beautiful and evocative arrangement by Brook Boddie of the classic hymn . This is a must-have addition to the repertoire for any harpist that plays for church services and funerals. Arranged for lever or pedal harp for easy intermediate level players. Parts are included in the key of E-flat and D major, with no lever changes.
This piece makes full use of the range of the pedal harp, giving it a wonderfully unique, almost displaced, feel. For advanced pedal harp. Many pedal changes. 5 pages.
Twelve melodic etudes that can be used just for exercises or as short solos. About half are suitable for lever harp, the others would involve many lever changes and nos. 3 and 5 are in four flats. Keys go up to three sharps. Playable on a 34 string lever harp or a larger harp. The most advanced technique required is thumb slides, so an early intermediate player should have no problems with these pieces. 35 pages.
An anthology of various works chosen and annotated by Huguette Geliot. This collection includes pieces for solo harp, two harps, and some selections for harp and flute, harp and cello, harp and violin, and voice and harp.
These short pieces fall into the category of the concert etude. One of the selections would be appropriate for an intermediate level player, but the rest are for the advanced pedal harpist. The first section has six short studies that include large rolled chords, an octave study, two note phrasing, arpeggios covering multiple octaves. The second section of the book has two more complex concert etudes. Some of the etudes are in multiple sections and are in a tranquil vein. These could be appropriate and interesting for use in a worship setting for a prelude or short interlude. All of the selections are tonal and the basic harmonic language is triadic, but many are quite chromatic. There are no fingerings or pedal markings given. Beautifully printed. A very worthwhile addition to the concert etude literature.