Christmas Day by Sunita Staneslow PDF DOWNLOAD
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Sunita Staneslow has arranged unusual Celtic Christmas carols with an improvisatory feel for lower intermediate to advanced harp players. She's also thrown in a few well-known carols as well. Some fingerings are included.
AWAY IN THE MANGER is arranged with the Scottish melody without flats or sharps and no lever changes. The piece is 5 pages, at an intermediate level and is for a 34-string harp. The range is from 5th octave F to 1st octave G.
LULLABY OF THE VIRGIN MARY is a Manx carol (from the Isle of Man). lt has flowing arpeggios for the intermediate level. This carol needs one sharp and there are 8 lever changes. It is 5 pages in length and is for a 34-string harp. The arrangement is from 6th octave D to 1st octave G.
WHAT CHILD IS THIS? is in the key of E minor (1 sharp), but a C sharp is needed in the piece. There are 31 lever changes and it arranged at an intermediate level. The arrangement is 5 pages and needs a 34-string harp (5th octave E to 1st octave F).
THE VIRGIN'S LULLABY is a traditional modal Irish carol arranged in a flowing style. It needs no flats or sharps and there are no lever changes. It is 3 pages long and for the intermediate level. It is arranged for a 34-string harp (5th octave C to 1st octave G).
BLESSED MARY is a slow Irish air with lighter improvisatory sections. It is in 3 flats with no lever changes. The carol is 5 pages and for the intermediate level. It is for the 34-string harp (6th octave C to 2nd octave E).
DECK THE HALL is a popular and well-known Welsh carol. It needs one flat and there are a total of 4 lever changes in the piece. It is 4 pages in length and for the intermediate level. The range suits the 34-string harp (5th octave F to 1st octave F).
CHRISTMAS DAY IS COME is a cheerful Irish carol. It is in 1 flat and there are no lever changes. The piece is 6 pages and is for an advanced beginner. The range is best on a 34-string harp (4th octave F to 1st octave F).
THAT NIGHT IN BETHLEHEM is a slow, modal, traditional Irish carol. There is 1 flat and no lever changes. It is 3 pages long and for the advanced beginner. It could be played on a 29-string harp--it goes down to 5th octave G.
BALOO LAMMY is a Scottish carol. It needs one flat and there are no lever changes. The piece is 4 pages in length and is for an advanced beginner. It can be played on a 29-string harp with the lowest note a 5th octave F.
CHRIST CHILD'S LULLABY is a modal Scottish Carol. It is in all naturals with no lever changes. It is 5 pages long and for the advanced beginner. It can be played on a 29-string harp (5th octave G to 2nd octave D).
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