UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED PEDAL HARP. The first movement of one of Beethoven’s most well known works. Mr. Salzedo has transcribed this work to fit the harpist’s hands and has remained true to Beethoven’s style and intentions.
EARLY ADVANCED PEDAL HARP. Ballade after "The Tell-tale Heart" of Edgar Allan Poe is a 19-page virtuosic harp solo for pedal harp. After reading Mme. Renie's biography below you might want to start with her method book and work your way up to this solo!
ADVANCED PEDAL HARP. A standard in our current pedal harp repertoire, and has been since its debut in the early 20th century. The Debussy Danses are both technically and musically difficult, and require unique musicianship and talent to perform them satisfactorily.
ADVANCED PEDAL HARP. Harp part with piano accompaniment part. This edition, for pedal harp, was prepared from a photostat of the original manuscript in the British Museum in Handel's own hand, entitled "Concerto per la Harpa".
INTERMEDIATE PEDAL HARP. This book was out of print for several years, and we are glad to see it back. For the upper intermediate pedal harpist, it contains transcriptions of tive well-known pieces.
ADVANCED PEDAL HARP. Suite for advanced pedal harpists, modern harmonies, each movemunt dedicated to a prominent harp teacher, for Mildred Dilling. Brief but interesting notes on each piece.
EARLY ADVANCED PEDAL HARP. I had no idea that these four preludes were arranged for solo harp. I fell in love with them when I played them as a harp duet, and I am so excited to play them as solos!
EARLY ADVANCED PEDAL HARP. In this edition, McDonald and Wood have given suggested fingerings and ossias for some of the large stretches. The ossias are taken from the first edition of Dussek's Six Sonatinas, published in London, before they were further revised and re-published in Prague.