Pedal or Lever Harp

Mary, Did You Know? arranged by Sylvia Woods

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For lever or pedal harp.

This sheet music includes two complete arrangements of the popular contemporary Christian Christmas song, Mary, Did You Know? Both 3-page versions are essentially the same, except that the advanced beginner version has only 1 lever (or pedal) change, while the intermediate one has more extensive changes. Both are in the key of G, with D# accidental(s). Feel free to "mix and match" the versions to meet your own abilities. The two versions can also be played together as a duet. Fingerings, chord symbols, and lyrics are included in the music.
Add this lovely, meditative song to your Christmas repertoire.

First verse lyrics (Complete lyrics included in the music.)

Mary, did you know that your baby boy would one day walk on water?
Mary, did you know that your baby boy would save our sons and daughters?
Did you know that your baby boy has come to make you new;
This Child that you delivered will soon deliver you?
Mary, did you know?

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 Lovely Song
By Sarah Kay Bierle
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This beautiful song is gently arranged and has a wonderful sound. The words are absolutely lovely and very thought provoking and the arrangement is excellent. I really enjoy playing this piece on Christmas Eve or in other meditative holiday settings. A very nice addition to a repertoire!


Harder than it looks
By April
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I love this arrangement however, I disagree with the advanced beginner level. The notes are not hard at all but the syncopation is challenging for old ladies that are not used to playing that way. I highly recommend using a metronome to get it right. Also, it is suggested to play it at 100 which is much too fast. Listen to Mark Lowery sing it, he does it much slower with a lot of feeling. (Review originally submitted 2/25/15.)


Mary, Did You Know?
By Diane Dunn
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This piece came with two arrangements, Advanced Beginner, and Intermediate. Both arrangements are lovely and both include very clear fingering that falls easily into your hands as well as clear lever and pedal markings. The Adv. Beginner arrangement has only has one D# lever and D# pedal change a few measures from the end. Both arrangements are easily playable and very pretty. Play the Adv Beginner arrangement first to make sure you have the timing correct, then move on to the Intermediate arrangement. When it is time to play long gigs during the holiday season, I will play both arrangements, separated by an hour or two. They are both lovely. (Review originally submitted 5/8/10.)

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