For lever or pedal harp.
Sylvia Woods has used her humorous composition as an encore at the end of her concerts ever since she wrote it in 1982. The silly chorus Harpers are not bizarre. . . doot, doot, doot, doot is easy for audiences to learn and sing along. The verses talk about harpies, Harpo, harpists, harpers, and fun things you can do with your harp (such as "cut up cheese!")
At the end of the last verse, you'll shoot a rubber-tipped arrow off of one of your harp strings!
The video shows Sylvia Woods singing this song in a live performance on May 20, 2009.
- Sheet Music, which we will mail to you
- PDF files, to be downloaded to your computer.