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A great moment in opera from The Pearl Fishers by Georges Bizet. Gorgeous arrangement by Felice Pomeranz for intermediate level pedal harpists. Full of compelling harmonic progressions and sweeping glissandi. A wonderful addition for your gig repertoire or for your own enjoyment. Several pedal changes, these are marked. 6 pages.
This piece makes full use of the range of the pedal harp, giving it a wonderfully unique, almost displaced, feel. For advanced pedal harp. Many pedal changes. 5 pages.
A collection of duets for two harps tuned in E-flat based on the melodies of traditional hymns. Includes score and parts for Harp I and Harp II as well as an additional optional part for a less experienced harpist. Harp I and Harp II parts can be played by beginner-intermediate pedal or level harpists and any and all parts can be divided amongst members of a larger ensemble.
Handy, easy-to-use chart with music reading tips and tuning hints. Great as a reference for beginners, or to be used in conjunction with Stephanie Curcio's New Reader. 3 pages.
This collection of nine Sephardic folk songs, some dating to the 16th century or before, are both religious and secular in nature. They are offered in attractive arrangements for voice with pedal or lever harp accompaniments of moderate difficulty. The texts are in Ladino, with translations provided. Nine Sephardic Songs is perfect for those preparing voice and harp programs, and fills a specific niche in available harp music.