For lever or pedal harp.
Meg Robinson's career began as a singer-songwriter, and here she provides us with a 4-verse ballad about a sailor and his true love. It is easily singable for low voice and can be played on a harp with 26-strings or more. The music is in the key of C, with no lever changes needed. The vocal line is not in the harp accompaniment, so it can not be played as a harp solo. Most of the harp part consists of 6-note arpeggios (3 notes with the left hand, followed by 3 notes with the right), so it can easily be played by advanced beginners. Although there are no fingerings notated, the fingering is generally self-explanatory. Chord symbols are also provided. The vocal range is a little less than an octave, from the G below middle C up to the A above middle C. This is a really nice and unique addition to small harp repertoire.
This 13-page PDF includes the 8-page harp and voice score, and a 2-page vocal part.
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.