This 3+ min. arrangement combines We Three Kings by American composer John Henry Hopkins with the traditional Chaldean hymn Shuha d-Maryam.
Includes score and part, no bowings.
Pedals are marked. Suitable for piano or pedal harp, NOT for lever harp. Intermediate.
Delivered in a folder with a separate PDF for score and part to make use on an iPad or Tablet easier.
Includes an alternate solo part for horn in F.
Score is 6 pages.
From Wyeth’s Repository of Sacred Music of 1813, this hymn tune is still in use in many churches. Our arrangement includes a brief quote from Lobe den Herren, commonly known as Praise to the Lord. Viola or cello may be substituted for horn (parts included). Piano may substitute for harp. Full score 4 pages, with practical page turns for harpists. Pianists should play harmonics where written.
Cover art included. Duration: 3'
Pedal harp, full size lever harp or 22 string harps (C-c) and violin or viola or flute listen to mp3 of midi file
The original text to this was for the new year celebration. The English words, added later, changed it to a Christmas carol. In the key of A minor, there are pedal and lever changes (marked). Three versions of the harp part are included: pedal harp, 5 octave lever harp and 22 string lever harp (C-c). You'll need levers for F and G.
sample 22 string lever harp page
sample large lever harp page
originally for horn in F and harp or piano
Alternate solo parts for viola or cello included.
Separate scores for pedal and lever harp.
Harriet's Song is based on GO DOWN MOSES, one of the code songs used by Harriet Tubman as she led fugitive slaves escaping on the Underground railroad. This arrangement is a little over 2 min. in length and has an improvisatory feel.
This happy carol is short in duration but long on interest and is suitable for pedal harp or full size lever harp. Additional parts are included to allow substitution of the horn with viola or cello or violin. Piano may substitute for harp. Duration: 1'40"Cover art included. sample page
Our original instrumentation of oboe, horn and harp was for a concert program where the audience was not used to "formal, buttoned up concerts". During Geibel's lifetime, parlor music was very popular and within that genre, “waltz-songs” became a staple. The Joys of Spring Waltz is typical of this form and was published by Geibel in several versions, piano solo, chamber ensemble, women’s trio and piano/vocal. This version includes full score/harp (or piano) and horn (with substitute part for viola) and oboe (with substitute parts for flute, violin, or Bb clarinet). Cover art included.
Full score shows horn in F as solo instrument.
Suitable for lever or pedal harp (or piano) and vioin (or flute). The PDFs arrive in a folder as separate files ready for printing or installation on a iPad or Tablet. (image below for larger view). Also included are alternate parts for cello, violin, flute, clarinet in Bb or horn in F. These two excerpts are suitable for lever harp or pedal harp.
midi produced sound file here
midi produced sound file here
The Pas de Deux is available for violin included with the set for horn in F (alternate parts for clarinet in Bb, flute/violin or cello) as an alternate part. These sets include all three movements from the ballet. Please order from the horn and harp page.
The Sacred Lever Harp collection of 15 hymns began as a project for solo lever harp. With the addition of treble and bass clef parts, these become trios, well suited to harp, violin and cello. Flexible in use, either or both instrumental parts may be added to the solo, for use as duets or trios. Ordering information and samples are available at The Sacred Lever Harp page.
If you already own a print copy of The Sacred Lever Harp, the supplemental parts may be purchased separately. Well suited for pedal harp or lever harp, adaptable easily for piano.
notated for easy lever or pedal harp and violin, or viola ~ Free, immediate download, click links below. No bowings are marked.
free sheet music: Saltarello for violin and harp, click link
free sheet music: Satarello for viola and harp, click link
This American hymn takes its text from both the Old and New Testaments, making it appropriate for many settings.
Originally for horn and harp, there are alternate solo parts for violin, viola and cello included with this publication.
Scripture reference for this hymn text: John 7:37-38 On the last day of the festival, the great day, while Jesus was standing there, he cried out, “Let anyone who is thirsty come to me, and let the one who believes in me drink. As the scripture has said, ‘Out of the believer’s heart shall flow rivers of living water.’
More than 3 min. in length, this arrangement includes three times through the source tune, once the solo part stating the theme followed by improvisational variations.
Intermediate level for both strings and harp, suitable for solo and ensemble contest.
listen to midi generated sample of the end of the piece
Short, original works originally intended for lever harp, with lever presets only (indicated in score), no changes within.
Pedal harp will need to move pedals (versions with pedals marked is included).
Alternate parts are included for viola and cello.
Thanks to Mary Radspinner and John Gill for the new title: Delightful Dance Duets for Harp and Bowed Instrument (2020).
More details here, with sound files and samples of sheet music.
Our arrangement combines "Still, Still, Still" with another German carol, "Ihr Kinderlein kommet". The harp part is suitable for pedal or full size lever harp (in Bb with no lever changes). Additional parts are included to allow substitution of the horn with viola or cello. Cover art included. sample first page
Five Renaissance dances
I Argreers (The Wedding Night) from Playford's Dancing Master
II La Canarie from Terpsichore, collected by Michael Praetorius
III Pavane, La Belle qui tiens ma vie from Arbeau's Orchesographie (harp solo)
IV Springtanz from Arbeau's Orchesographie
V Spagnoletta from Terpsichore, collected by Michael Praetorius
The harp accompaniment is suitable for pedal or lever harp with no alterations for either. Solo instrument parts include Horn in F, Violin, Viola, Cello, Flute, and Clarinet in B flat. Piano may be substituted for harp.
A harp solo version of this arrangement is available in the same key as this arrangement.
The most common hymnal key for this is F major, this setting is a step lower, in E flat. The full score includes harp and horn in F.
available now as a digital publication Visit Gail's website for more information.
Visit Gail's website for more information. Hear samples here for some of this music.