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The Concerto, Opus 35, is one of Zabel's later works, published in 1904. Its instrumentation and overall musical content is reflective of the Russian heritage into which Zabel was adopted, with its romantic "Tchaikovsky-esque" melodies, stately passages and rich harmonic textures. Although the piece is overflowing with ingenious musical ideas, Zabel's mastery of form transcends the rhapsodic character of the first movement, bringing it to a brilliant, satisfying conclusion.
This comprehensive collection of music for lap harp is perfect for any harpist who plays a harp of 22 strings or more. With 50 beautiful melodies arranged for the beginner-intermediate lever harpist, you can't go wrong!
The Nocturne for solo harp by Philadelphia harpist Saul Davis Zlatkovsky is a recent work with sophisticated musical ideas in a lyrical vein. The left hand runs resolutely through the whole piece turning into harmonics accompanied, Salzedo-style, by ongoing glissandi at the end. The composer was strongly impressed by the softer, expressive and flowing side of the Russian ballet school. He has captured the spirit of romantic inspiration, its dream state and soulfulness.