4.5 out of 5

Baroque and Classical Pieces for Harp

$15.00
This collection provides a wealth of new material for the harp ranging in difficulty. Every composition is a gem of excellent quality.
5 out of 5

Etude in Ab Major Op. 25, No. 1

$5.00
This Etude is commonly known as The Aeolian Harp which is made from a long narrow box on which are strung 8 or 12 very thin silk strings
5 out of 5

Intermezzo, Op. 117

$5.00
Edited by Samuel O
4 out of 5

Liebestraum

$7.00
No doubt this is the best known and best loved piece by Liszt. It is probably one of the most beautiful compositions ever written
4.5 out of 5

Nocturne

$8.00
This Nocturne is reminiscent of Scriabin in its dream-like quality. The tempo is marked Adagietto, but should not be taken too slowly
5 out of 5

Prelude in D Major, Op. 23 No. 4

$6.00
We find this piece exquisite. It is a pity, and the bane of Rachmaninov's existence, that Prelude in C# Minor became his only widely known
4.5 out of 5

Sonata For Harp

$15.00
Friedrich Benda was born in 1745 in Potsdam and died there in 1814. His contemporaries included Haydn, Mozart, Mayer, Dussek, and others
4 out of 5

Sonata In G Major

$10.00
History has recorded that Haydn s father was a singer and a harpist, and that Haydn wrote trio for harp, flute and bass
3.5 out of 5

Sonata In G Minor Op. 3 No. 6

$10.00
The form is a little unusual in that the middle movement, usually a slow one, is quick while the first and last are more melodic.
5 out of 5

Three Pieces

$12.00
“Three Pieces” by Claude Debussy Edited by Samuel O Pratt
3.00 out of 5

Three Romances

$10.00
The music Parish-Alvars wrote played on the harp fairly takes one s breath away.
4 out of 5

Three Songs Without Words

$12.00
We have long cherished a pet theory about the Songs Without Words, and that is they were composed with the harp in mind.
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