Pedal or Lever Harp

Up theme from the Disney Pixar film arranged by Sylvia Woods

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  • Sheet Music
  • $7.95
  • PDF Download
  • $7.95
  

For lever or pedal harp.

This sheet music contains two arrangements of the theme from Disney Pixar animated movie "UP." Both versions are basically the same, except for the range of strings used. The first arrangement is for pedal harp and most lever harps. The range goes from the G that is about 1½ octaves below middle C, up to the G that is about 2½ octaves above middle C. The second arrangement is for smaller harps with only one octave below middle C. Additional instructions are provided with both arrangements advising you on what to do if your harp does not include the highest G needed.

This music is for advanced beginners and more advanced players and can be played on lever harp or pedal harp. It is in the key of G (1 sharp) with some C# lever or pedal changes throughout the piece. Chord symbols and fingerings are included. 8 pages of music (4 pages for each version).

We are selling this music in two formats:
  • Sheet Music, which we will mail to you
  • PDF file, to be downloaded to your computer.
Please order the version you prefer.


Click on the blue titles below to see a sample of the first few lines of music.

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A Favorite for Weddings!
By Jennifer Buehler
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This piece is a frequent request at weddings. Perfectly reflects the beautiful love story that is at the center of this movie. I like that there is a lap harp version as well as the full sized harp version.


Perfect!
By Emily
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I love this arrangement so much! It's so fun to play, and perfectly captures the feel of the original. My mother often requests me to play this for her.


Great version - even on lever harp!
By Jacqueline
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Love this tune and this is a lovely arrangement. I have never played a piece with lever changes in it before and found the ones in this are very manageable. (Review originally submitted 1/2/2016.)


Love it!
By Olivia Claggett
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This is very well done. Even as an advanced harpist I can still find a challenge in it. It is so intriguing and I love how it is written. The glissandos are beautifully placed and the piece is a whole lot of fun to play! (Review originally submitted 8/24/2012.)


Beautiful!
By Natalie Wagner
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I kept searching Sylvia's website and bumping into this piece, I finally decided to buy it. Absolutely gorgeous! The arrangement is fantastic, and although nobody has ever guessed the tune almost everyone recognizes it. Beautiful piece that works well with the harp! And the PDF download was much simpler than I expected. (Review originally submitted 8/16/2011.)


Up
By Rachel Avery
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This is a fun piece for background music and I am actually playing it for a friend's wedding as a prelude piece along with a violinist. Thank you Sylvia for seeing that this piece was just made to be played on the harp, and for creating this light, whimsical arrangement! (Review originally submitted 9/18/2009.)


Up
By Toni Destro
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This is a simple but very nice arrangement of the charming theme from the movie "Up". It keeps the light, airy tone of the piece and is easily played with very few pedal changes. If you're looking for a lovely piece of music that you'll be able to use in many situations, this is it. Whether you're playing for Sunday brunch or a garden wedding, add this piece to your repertoire. It's one of those easily recognizable songs but even those who don't know it will enjoy listening to it's lilting little tune. (Review originally submitted 9/2/2009.)

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