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A collection of classical music solo arrangements by harpist and composer Julietta Anne Rabens designed to provide playable solo material to harp beginners.
An original solo for flute and intermediate level pedal harp by Julietta Anne Rabens. This work allows intermediate level duos to work on a contemporary work composed by a gifted harpist and composer. This means that the harp part is more than playable - it is comfortably and idiomatically written for the harp. The harps role vis a vis the flute is primarily accompanimental in the work but there is a lot of room for both instrumentalists to explore musical affect and have fun.
A little suite for harp composed by Julieanne Rabens. This piece can be played on any harp including a 23 string lap harp without levers. This lovely little work consists of a series of contrasting movements (I, II, III, IV, V) that are excellent for developing technique in beginning students and would be a great recital choice for the beginner-intermediate harpist. The various movements include rolled chords, 16th-note patterns for both hands, harmonics, and dotted note melody rhythms.
Technique at Your Fingertips can be used with any beginning or early intermediate harp repertoire. The goal of these books is to provide a comprehensive harp technique for the adult beginner. It assumes the student has no background in music. It introduces musical symbols, note reading, and basic theory concepts in addition to the note-reading exercises.
Three preludes for small harp, composed by Julieanne Rabens. These three delightful pieces can be played on harps with as few as 22 strings. The first prelude opens with a series of chords followed by an eight-note melody and moves into a series of upward moving arpeggios - this piece would be a great study for technical development in beginning harpists. Prelude II includes delicate grace notes to ornament the right-hand melody line and includes a series of upward/downward arpeggios patterns. Prelude III is a series of rolled chords in the left hand with a right-hand melody very high in the treble range of the harp.