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Rees-Rohrbacher, Darhon

PDF The Medieval Solo-Duo Book

INTERMEDIATE SOLO or DUO, ALL HARPS.   Contains popular melodies from the Medieval Period. Harp 1 is designed to be a complete solo arrangement while Harp 2 enhances the first part. This is a PDF download.

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Contains popular melodies from the Medieval Period for lever or pedal harp duet. Harp 1 is designed to be a complete solo arrangement while Harp 2 enhances and fills out the first part. Arranged for all harps using only the keys of F, C, G and D, with minimal lever or pedal changes. A range of exactly four octaves from C to C is needed to play all of the duet arrangements. Although these arrangements do not strictly adhere to medieval harmony and rhythm, they are nicely evocative of the Middle Ages. The difficulty level is intermediate -- somewhat easier if the harpist is accustomed to the rhythms of the period. Very enjoyable duets to play. INTERMEDIATE LEVER OR PEDAL

Table of Contents:
Douce Dame Jolie, Miragres Fremosos, L'homme Arme, Santa Maria, Ja Nuns Hons Pris, Winder Wie Ist, E Dame Jolie, Orientis Partibus, Rosa das Rosas, Kalenda Maya, Reis Glorios, The Dauntless One, Stella Splendens, Chanson, Hymn to St. Magnus, Swa Eyn Vriund, Li Maus D'Amer

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PDF The Medieval Solo-Duo Book

PDF The Medieval Solo-Duo Book

INTERMEDIATE SOLO or DUO, ALL HARPS.   Contains popular melodies from the Medieval Period. Harp 1 is designed to be a complete solo arrangement while Harp 2 enhances the first part. This is a PDF download.

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