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Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799) composed the Concerto per il Cembalo in 1779. Early classical work is approachable for an advanced intermediate level pedal harpist. This reduction of the orchestral accompaniment for string quartet makes a performance more realistic to achieve without resorting to a piano reduction for accompaniment. Included are separate parts for each of the string quartet players (violin 1, violin 2, viola, cello) plus a full score, which the harpist could play from.
These four pieces conjure up the spirit of King Arthur's Court with sorcerers. court jesters, and regal processions. The pieces are easy enough for a harp trio of very young players. Great fun for students who want to play with their peers. Music includes a full score, and seperate parts for each player. Score: 6 pages.
This Irish song, arranged in D major, is like a minuet in rhythm and character. It is given somewhat classical treatment in six variations. Variations include one in D minor and a full transformation in which the original melody is only vaguely recollected. Lever changes are only found in the D minor variation, and the bridge leading into and out of it. Notated for both lever and pedal harp, intermediate level.
A two-page arrangement for lever or pedal harp of the well known traditional Nigerian song. For the intermediate level harpist. Contains no accidentals. 2 pages.
This piece is composed based on a whole-tone scale and is playable on both lever or pedal harp. It is a short piece using many extended techniques such as "xylophone sound", "kloster" and "tympanic sounds" to name just a few. There are no pedal or lever changes, and a few octave transpositions can make it effective on any size lever harp. Intermediate level. 4 pages.