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Harp Solos

The Seal Set
  • The Seal Set
  • The Seal Set
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Consists of the haunting traditional Scottish tune, "The Fisherman's Song for Attracting Seals" and my own more upbeat and playful composition, "The Seal's Response to the Fisherman".

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River Work
  • River Work
  • River Work
  • River Work
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River Work is an original composition for lever harp tuned to Eb. The piece is made up of two parts - "Reverie in Mist" and "Rock Water Jig" inspired by two of my favourite aspects of rivers. It was composed for a dance choreographed by the Method Dance Company as part of their Community Moves Modern Dance Festival. Watch: https://youtu.be/p0YnBsFXRuo?si=rRZ_38YuFqVH_w_V

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I Gave My Love A Cherry
  • I Gave My Love A Cherry
  • I Gave My Love A Cherry
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I Gave My Love A Cherry (also known as The Riddle Song) is an English folksong which dates back to the 15th century. When I was arranging it Brahms' Wiegenlied kept popping into my head, so I decided to make the two lullabies into a medley. Also available as a voice/harp arrangement. Watch: https://youtu.be/haJCfOka9NQ Listen: https://shoshannagodber.com/track/3033755/i-gave-my-love-a-cherry-wiegenlied

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Christmas Day In the Morning/I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In
  • Christmas Day In the Morning/I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In
  • Christmas Day In the Morning/I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In
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Christmas Day in the Morning (also known as Christmas Ida Mournin' is a 19th century Shetland tune attributed to fiddler Fredamann Stickle, who is said to have played this tune to the laird every Christmas. I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In is an older English tune - probably from the 17th century. I couldn't resist a medley of the two songs given that the refrain of I Saw Three Ships is "On Christmas Day in the Morning". They seemed to belong together! Watch: https://youtu.be/IOZpnJdhqBU

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In the Bleak Midwinter
  • In the Bleak Midwinter
  • In the Bleak Midwinter
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In the Bleak Midwinter was originally a poem by Christina Rosetti first published in 1872 under the title "A Christmas Carol". Gustav Holst set the poem to music in 1906. The first verse of my arrangement is very similar to Holst's original setting arranged for congregational singing in the "English Hymnal". Watch: https://youtu.be/zJha_Be37tM

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Orientis Partibus/Friendly Beasts
  • Orientis Partibus/Friendly Beasts
  • Orientis Partibus/Friendly Beasts
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“Orientis Partibus” is a French carol from the 13th century which was sung in Christmastide pageants praising the donkey who carried the Holy Family to Egypt. Over time the carol was brought to England and became “The Friendly Beasts” The lyrics were rewritten by Robert Davis and shifted to the role of the animals in the nativity.

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Arrangement available on Sheet Music Direct.

Harp&Voice (or C instrument)

Bonny Light Horseman
  • Bonny Light Horseman
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Bonny Light Horseman is a traditional song that dates back 200 years to the Napoleonic wars. It is unknown whether it comes from Ireland or Britain as it was found on broadsheets in both countries. This arrangement is for harp and voice. Alternatively the vocal part can be played on a C instrument and instrumental parts for treble clef and bass clef instruments are included in the download.

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Christ Child's Lullaby
  • Christ Child's Lullaby
  • Christ Child's Lullaby
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Arranged for harp and voice (or C instrument). The sheet music includes parts for treble clef and bass clef instruments as well as the chords, so you can play with friends! The original Gaelic lyrics to Christ Child's Lullaby are thought to have been written in the mid 1800s by Ranald Rankin. The english lyrics were written by Marjory Kennedy-Fraser at the beginning of the 20th Century. The song is sung at Midnight Mass in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Watch: https://youtu.be/iAY5VyKHhsc

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I Gave My Love A Cherry
  • I Gave My Love A Cherry
  • I Gave My Love A Cherry
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I Gave My Love A Cherry (also known as The Riddle Song) is an English folksong which dates back to the 15th century. When I was arranging it Brahms' Wiegenlied kept popping into my head, so I decided to make the two lullabies into a medley. This arrangement comes with a C instrument part in both treble clef and bass clef versions. Watch: https://youtu.be/haJCfOka9NQ Listen: https://shoshannagodber.com/track/3033755/i-gave-my-love-a-cherry-wiegenlied

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Lakes of Ponchartrain
  • Lakes of Ponchartrain
  • Lakes of Ponchartrain
  • Lakes of Ponchartrain
  • Lakes of Ponchartrain
  • Lakes of Ponchartrain
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The Lakes of Pontchartrain is a traditional song, and likely from the 19th century United States. The melody in the introduction and the interlude between verses is from a traditional Creole song called La belle Françoise.

This download includes harp/voice parts in the key of F and D as well as the melody for C instrument in treble clef and bass clef.

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Harp with friends

O Holy Night
  • O Holy Night
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This arrangement contains a beginner and an advanced beginner solo version as well as a more intermediate accompaniment which can be played with either solo harp version or with the melody written out for C instrument.

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The Twelve Days of Christmas
  • The Twelve Days of Christmas
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An entertaining arrangement for four part harp ensemble of the popular English Christmas carol. Harp 1 is suitable for a beginner with a small harp and no levers. Harp 2 and 3 are more intermediate level and need F levers. Harp 4 is for a more advanced intermediate player and needs F and A levers. Watch: https://youtu.be/4WeVkqJjUTk

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