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The inscription above Carter Pann's Emerald's on Artemis reads "A music box for Emerald Weber (born 18 June, 2010) on Morgan Black's harp Artemis." The title of this 2010 composition is a bit cryptic, but Artemis is the given name of harpist Morgan Black's instrument. The music is both out-and-out tender and exuberant, clearly celebrating the birth of Emerald, the first daughter of one of Pann's dear childhood friends.
A staple of many harp teachers' beginner books, the first harp book is great for the young beginner. Can be used for either lever or pedal harp study. 37 pages.
This work, also known as "Grand Concerto in G Minor" prominently features the trill techniques for which Parish Alvars was known (this is especially true in the middle movement, "Romanza"). This edition consists of the harp part with a piano reduction of the orchestral score and has been revised and edited by harpist Nicanor Zabaleta.
A recital solo for intermediate-advanced pedal harp by renowned English harpist Elias Parish Alvars. This work would be a great technical study for the intermediate pedal harp student and includes harmonics, rolled chords, rippling 16th and 32nd note runs and a stunning introduction.
"La Danse des Fees" or "Dance of the Nymphes" Opus 76 is an original composition by Elias Parish Alvars for advanced pedal harp. This piece opens with a melody of octaves in the right hand and moves into intricate interplay between the two hands in sixteenth and eighth note patterns. The "Dance" section of this work allows the harpist ample opportunity to display technical virtuosity.