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Contains solo arrangements of medieval and Renaissance music, ranging from cantigas from 13th century Spain to popular dance tunes from the 16th and 17th centuries. The book also has information on Renaissance dance types and suggestions for performance. Arrangements are suitable for early intermediate level for either lever or pedal harp. Wonderful additions for your gig repertoire. More advanced players can use these arrangements as a basis for further embellishment or improvisation. There are two ensemble arrangements, each with three parts: a Praetorius Courante and the Cantiga 282. 77 pages.
Volume 1 of Therese Honey's "Honey's Celtic Harp Book" book series. An extensive collection of 20 Celtic airs, reels, jigs, hornpipes, double jigs, and planxties (from Scottish, Irish, O' Carolan, Levey, Gow and other various Celtic collections) arranged for the folk harp! For beginner or intermediate level lever harp (but also playable on pedal harp). Forward includes bibliographical and explanatory notes of each piece! 30 pages.
The harp world has long awaited a book like this! Teachers can supplement existing learning books, or students can use this to teach themselves! Valuable explanations on string location, electronic tuner usage, hand position, and much more. Hand position pictures in this book are valuable and helpful, leaving no question on how to hold your hands at the harp. Notes are large, easy-to-read and Ms. Bruner moves slowly enough to grasp the necessary concepts needed for good technique and tone. Anyone using this book will have a firm concept about theory, fingering & brackets, and come to the harp with confidence. Also gives a solid explanation of placing, which is essential to playing lyrically and with good phrasing. This is one of the finest methods books available for harp.
Here is the latest in Nancy Hurrell's exquisite and historical arrangements of early music for harp. Easy to read with many historical notes and performance suggestions. Very fulfilling for harpists knowledgeable in historical music, and also makes your performances well rounded. Sometimes early music produces a change in the atmosphere creating a fine ambiance for many an occasion. Playable on all harps, intermediate, and very well done. Because of the notes on the composers, sources and history, this book could also be used for an interesting presentation of early music. 77 pages.
An extensive collection of 20 airs, reels, jigs, waltzes, hornipipes, double jigs from Scottish, Irish, and other Celtic traditions arranged for lever harp, can be played on pedal harp. For beginner to intermediate level. Forward includes bibliographical and explanatory notes of each piece. 30 pages.