ADVANCED DUO, ALL HARPS Contains both a lever and pedal version!
Where’er you Walk – GF Handel (Duet)
“Where’er you walk, cool gales shall fan the glade, trees where you sit shall crowd into a shade”
This song written by Handel in 1744 has been arranged for two harps, taking turns at both the tune and the accompaniment in equal parts. Advanced lever harp part. The page shown is one of the eaiser looking pages.
A beautiful and very regal song, and when played as an instrumental would make a beautiful processional.
Includes score and parts. You will receive a lever version and a pedal version.
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