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Balkan music for beginners of all ages. A fascinating and joyful collection of folk-songs from Serbia. Branka Crowder's drawings, featuring many sunflowers, are a real treat also - great fun all round!
Tango for pedal harp by Karl Wienand. This tango is rather simple and appropriate for early intermediate players. Good for gigs. 3 pages.
For lever or pedal harp, this is a beautifully arranged tango from 1928. Clear fingering suggestions and placing brackets, downward rolled arpeggios and running parallel thirds in the right hand. A good technique builder. Great for a recital solo or a colorful addition to your gig repertoire. Written in both A minor and G minor. Intermediate level. 4 pages.
Born in 1941 in Belfort France, Bernard Andres studied at the Conservatoires of Besancon, Strasburg and Paris, where he won a first prize for harp. He was engaged as a soloist in the Orchestre Philarmonique de Radio-France, while pursuing a composing career as well. Bernard Andres is today a leading composer of music for the harp. He writes in a variety of styles for harpists of all skill levels, and has developed his own notation style and a number of special harp effects. Andres is also a noted teacher who has influenced an entire generation of French harpists. His books are well-known required repertoire for most harp students in France, and are great for recitals.
You can always count on Louise Trotter for delightful surprises; with this book you get not only some great harp music, but delicious food recipes as well! Descriptive solos for lever or pedal harp, with historical notes and regional recipes. Music is intermediate level, and contains several accidentals. Full levers are recommended. These would make great teaching pieces as they contain a lot of variety and techniques. All music composed by Louise Trotter. 27 pages.