Pedal or Lever Harp

The Wizard of Oz music arranged by Sylvia Woods

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For lever or pedal harp.

This delightful book of the music from The Wizard of Oz movie is designed for advanced beginners and intermediate harp players, and can be played on either a lever or a pedal harp. Some of the pieces have accidentals, and sharping lever and pedal changes are indicated. The lyrics are printed in the music, so you can sing along as you play! Fingerings are also included. Some of the pieces have separate arrangements for pedal and lever harps, and a few have both easy and advanced versions. 48 pages, spiral-bound.

Over the Rainbow is also available as an individual piece of sheet music or PDF download.

Sylvia Woods has written an article about The Wizard of Oz movie, including little-known facts, and a fun trivia quiz. You'll find this article in the "Sylvia's Helpful Learning Tips" section of this web site.

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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Great medley
By Lynne Lockwood
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I enjoy all of Sylvia's compilation books. I use the "22 Romantic Songs" book at every wedding reception. St Paddy's Day isn't complete without "50 Irish Melodies". For me the "Groovy Songs of the Sixties" is fun to play and makes everyone of that generation smile. This week I had another wonderful moment courtesy of Sylvia. I've played the "Wizard Of Oz" book since it came out, and generally include that sweet version of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" for flower girls and ring bearers walking down the aisle. Yesterday I was volunteering with my harp in a nursing home. The residents of this facility are very old, and generally quite ill. Their wheelchairs in a semi-circle around me, they love looking at the harp and listening to music from their generation. The hour was almost finished, and I suggested that they close their eyes and go on a journey with me . . . to follow the yellow brick road. Using the medley that Sylvia included in the book, I played each song with some of the residents singing along. That music ending with "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" was just perfect. It brought tears to their eyes, and mine too. Thank you Sylvia.

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