For lever or pedal harp.
Safe & Sound is a beautiful lullaby sung by Taylor Swift in The Hunger Games movie. It was written by Taylor Swift along with T-Bone Burnett, John Paul White, and Joy Williams. Sylvia's 4-page arrangement for advanced beginners is in the key of G with fingerings and lyrics. There are no lever changes. It can be played on 26-string harps, such as the Harpsicle, if you play everything an octave higher than written.
Click on the "Audio Tracks" button above to listen to the music.
We are selling this music in two formats:
- Sheet Music, which we will mail to you
- PDF files, to be downloaded to your computer.
Click on the blue titles below to see a sample of the first few lines of music.
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Safe and Sound
By Mary Ellen Fitzgerald
Just ordered the pdf for Safe and Sound today, and am really enjoying it! I listened to the song on you tube about 20 times to get it in my head, as I never heard it before. I have been trying to play some more current music at my hospital job, and this fits perfectly. I play the repeating theme pdlt sometimes to get a guitar-like sound- I think it's very effective. Thanks to Sylvia for another good job.
Beautiful on the harp...
By Becky Denny
I began playing this piece for my Mother who adores it and really wanted me to learn it. I made a few minor adjustments to the beginning part of the melody to make it sound like the original guitar version. But other than that it was beautifully adapted and is challenging me to really pay attention to my counting. Thank you Mrs. Woods for arranging it! I can't tell you how much my Mom loves hearing me play it and how much I enjoy playing for her.
Safe and Sound
By Alicia Ellsworth
My daughter is a huge fan of the Hunger Games movie and insisted that I get this music. We were delighted to hear that it is so very much like the recording we have been enjoying. So often harp arrangments leave a bit to be desired, but this is not the case. It is simple, yet keeps the integrity of the melody and is written in a way that my early intermediate students can read and play with success. Besides that-it is just lovely. Thank you Sylvia!