ALL HARPS ENSEMBLE, 2 HARPS OR HARP + VOICE Here are several possibilities for Lever or Pedal Harp.They are not very difficult to play and there are no lever changes. There is a Solo version, two or three Duet possibilities, including voice, and a rather different Ensemble.
INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS Modern and traditional harmonies, all songs written in the keys of C and G, so they can be played on a C-C lap harp or G-G. Arrangements work on the 26 string harp as well. This is the download version.
BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Each carol is done in an easier and harder version, with Silent Night, Away in the Manger, and I Saw Three Ships at a true beginner level.The last four titles have a supplementary accompaniment. This is the PDF download version.
INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED, ALL HARPS. A favorite Christmas Carol, What Child is This or Greensleeves as it is otherwise known, blended with Bernard Andres' A Martine. PDF download only.
UPPER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS A wonderful collection of music, containing 10 elegant arrangements of melodies suitable for the Christmas season, and arranged in progressive key order.
INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS These ultra cool arrangements are filled with unique rhythms and harmonies that are quite unlike the standard versions heard all season long.
ALL HARPS LOWER INTERMEDIATE - newly composed! Embellished 7th chords give this composition a lush and meditative feel - the rhythms are easy. PDF only. Sound sample entire provided, scroll below.
INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS The exquisite poignancy of this 16th century carol, which tells of Herod’s slaughter of the innocents, is expressed through stark chords, spare harmonies, and a variation in which the melody is whispered in 4-note arpeggios. This is the PDF version. Also available in hard copy.
This collection of familiar, traditional Christmas carols gives the double strung harp seasonal versatility. The 22 titles are written in familiar keys suitable for the addition of voice (2 sharps to 1 flat). PDF download only.