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by Stephanie Claussen
Robert Burns set his poem "Ae Fond Kiss" to two different melodies. This is the later (and better-known) of the two. This arrangement strikes a balance between arpeggios and empty space in the left hand to keep the melody moving, but flexible.
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by Stephanie Claussen
This song's vivid words describe a young man visiting his sweetheart in the midst of the thunderstorm. He waits outside her window and whispers to her, hoping to avoid waking her father. Perfect for harpists looking for a dark and moody piece to play.
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
Many brides have dreamed of coming down the aisle to "Here Comes the Bride". It's almost impossible to be too dramatic. However, there are a couple of points to be aware of with this piece.Most brides tend to scoot down the aisle faster than they're supposed to, so the A part (ending at measure 20) is likely all the harpist needs. If this is a little too short, consider repeating the last phrase of the A part, indicated by the Optional Repeat.Only if the wedding party is proceeding quite slowly shou...
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by Stephanie Claussen
This catchy slip jig incorporates rhythmic muffles in the left hand to give the tune even more "punch." Makes a lovely set when followed by "Jacky Tar" and "Far From Home" from the same book.
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by Stephanie Claussen
"Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes" translates as "Call the sheep to the hills." The introduction features a right-hand texture meant to evoke the mist over the morning fields.
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by Stephanie Claussen
A biting Jacobite song, written in mockery of King George 1 of England. The 3/2 rhythm of this tune makes listeners want to tap their toes!
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by Stephanie Claussen
This is a great march to play for a recital or to start a concert. The arrangement starts with simple drones in the left hand, but gets a bit more interesting from there. A great piece to practice thinking about long phrases. The lowest note is an F an octave and a half below middle C.
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PRODUCT ID: 30925S14
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
Pachelbel (pronounced POCK-el-bell) produced much beautiful music in the Baroque period. This is one of the most requested processionals for weddings.If there is a melody instrument, such as flute or violin, the player may start the melody (starting measure 5) four measures behind the harp.Because the Canon in D is structured around a short four-measure harmonic scheme, it is perfect for timing the music to fit the wedding party's progress down the aisle. No one must fidget for long at the end of th...
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
Written by Ireland's legendary composer, Turlough O'Carolan (in Irish, his name was actually Thorbheallbhach Ui Chearbheallan, pronounced: HOR-val-vah oo HAR-va-lan"), who happened to be blind.He left behind numerous compositions, characterized by the influence of Irish folk music and his love for the popular and exquisite Baroque music of the times. The Baroque influence may be seen in the harmonic texture and the length of each part of the tune, and the structure of the melody may not be as repetitive...
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
Written for one of O'Carolan's many patrons, this is one of the loveliest of his compositions. Do not be strict with the tempo but enjoy each phrase ending before moving on. Provided are grace note ornamentations, and feel free to add some of your own.
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
Although this piece is lovely when played in strict rhythm, it is also effective when played rubato and with expression. Examples of where to linger would be the D chord of measure 4 and the C chord of measure 8, and most obviously at measure 12. Give a good ritard in the last two measures.
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
The march-like first part of this unusual piece is contrasted by the dark, mysterious first phrase of the second part. O'Carolan wraps the two seemingly disparate sections together in the graceful conclusion.
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
Another piece written for one of his patrons, this cheerful tune of O'Carolan's should be played in a sprightly, happy fashion. Try playing the 16th notes in the B part by lightly playing alternate fingers, 3-2-1. Practice them slowly first, and then build up speed.
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
Similar to Charles O'Conor, also by O'Carolan, this tune is lively even when played at moderate speed. Slight damping in the bass on the eighth rest of measures 12 -15 adds to the bouncing rhythm of the piece.Although no repeats are indicated, feel free to repeat each section as you please.
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by Beth A. Kolle and Laurie Riley
It is likely that this tune was composed by the Irish harper Thomas Connelan, who was living in Scotland in the 1600's. It is well known among Scots.Try starting the piece at the B part. By playing it this way, the piece has a slightly different character.
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