For lever or pedal harp.
These two volumes of hymns by Ray Pool are different from anything else available for harp. If you ever play for church services, you'll definitely want to add them to your repertoire.
These unique arrangements of hymns are designed to be used for congregational singing. They include parts for lever or pedal harp, organ, and optional handbells and guitar. You can see samples of the first few lines of each part below.
The harp parts can be played on lever or pedal harp. They feature 3-note chords in both hands. If necessary, less-experienced harp players can just play one hand.
The handbell parts are written for 4 ringers with 2 bells each. They are easily learned with a minimum of rehearsal.
A melody line with chord symbols is also provided for an optional guitar or other melody instrument.
No lyrics are included, since it is assumed that the congregation will be using their hymnals.
This PDF is Volume 2, and includes four hymns for Lent and Easter:
Hamburg (When I Survey the Wondrous Cross)
Wondrous Love (What Wondrous Love is This, O My Soul)
Diademata (Crown Him with Many Crowns)
Easter Hymn (Jesus Christ is Risen Today)
This 25-page PDF includes 12 pages of harp music, 4 pages for handbells with chords for guitar, and 4 pages for organ.
Click here for Volume 1 of hymns for Advent and Christmas.
This product is a PDF file, to be downloaded to your computer. We do not sell it as regular printed music. It is only available here in this PDF download format.
Click on the blue titles below to see a sample of the first few lines of music.