Toll-Free (888) 287-4277
Click Outside to Close
As a harpist, you have lots of choices available to you for printed harp music. PDF downloads are quick and easy, and sometimes are free. But a full-color printed harp score makes a wonderful gift, and provides a more professional presentation at gigs.
At The Harp Connection we have over a thousand harp music titles in stock, and you can browse our harp music by title, by composer-arranger, or search by your interests.
Looking for Harp Music? Choose your letter below. Or you can search by Composer/Arranger, or search by interest with our Advanced Music Search.
Search Harp Music By Composer - Arranger
Try Our Advanced Harp Music Search
Browse By Title
This contemporary work from Bernard Andres has a unique, distinctive sound largely owing to the fact that Andres spent some years on the island of Bali and picked up the flavor of Balinese music in his own works. Approachable for the advanced intermediate pedal harpist. Fun and challenging, it's good for someone looking to add variety to their repertoire, a terrific recital piece. Pedal changes are marked. 9 pages.
This solo for pedal harp by French composer Bernard Andres employs several distinctive harp techniques, ensuring that this solo is sure to be the highlight of any recital program!
An edition for harp and organ of the famous "Adagietto" from Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 5. This edition is in the original key (F major) and the flowing harp part consists of arpeggios and octaves. The arrangement is suitable for the intermediate-advanced pedal harpist and the organ part provides the texture of the orchestral accompaniment. This arrangement is by Joachim Dorfmuller.
This collection of classical gems arranged by harpist Annie Louise David is a must-have for the advanced classical pedal harpist. These pieces, although of advanced difficulty, provide excellent sources for study and also serve as excellent recital and gig repertoire. 39 pages.
This collection of seven pieces for harp and oboe, flute, or violin is full of the distinctive harp techniques that make Andres' compositions such a joy to play. The lyrical soprano line (suitable for either oboe, flute or violin) floats elegantly above the distinctive harp accompaniment. Andres utilizes several interesting harp techniques in this piece, including xylophone sounds, harmonics, and playing with the fingernails.