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Harp Instrumental Album
A selection of beautiful music transcribed for Harp with Piano accompaniment by Carlos Salzedo and Lucile Lawrence.
£10.50
Harp Instrumental Album

Jan Ladislav Dussek: Six Sonatines Pour La Harp

£7.99
Harp Instrumental Work

Sophia Giustani Dusseks Opus 2 comprises two volumes, each including three sonatas for harp.

£14.99
Harp, Study Guide

Australian born Nicolas-Charles Bochsa (1789-1856) studied at the Paris Conservatoire before embarking upon a career as a harpist and composer. His Celebrated Studies for Harp is well-informed and essential to progression on the instrument.

The first volume comprises exercises which focus on fingering, countermelodies, rhythms, intervals, chords, articulation, phrasing, chromaticism, dynamics and performance directions, among other musical aspects. Celebrated Studies for Harp by Nicolas-Charles Bochsa is essential to accompany all Harp studies.

£24.99
Harp Instrumental Album

Written by François Joseph Naderman (1781-1835), Sonatinas Progressive, Op. 92 consists of a series of seven small sonatas. The level of difficulty alternates between intermediate and advanced as these can be played at different speeds but necessitates some strong technique as well as some pedal changes.

These Sonatinas Progressive, Op. 92 are still considered as some of the most famous pieces of the Harp repertoire today.

François Joseph Naderman was a classical harpist, composer and teacher at the Paris Conservatoire. His vocation was developed by growing up as the son of a Luthier Harp maker. He also wrote Sonatas for Harp, Harp and Cello, studies and other pieces.

£12.99
Harp, Score

French harpist, composer and teacher, Marcel Tournier (1879-1951) wrote important solo repertoire for the Harp which expanded the harmonic and technical possibilities of the instrument. His Étude De Concert Au Matin is no exception.

Composed in 1940, Étude De Concert Au Matin remains regularly performed and recorded by harpists. The piece is marked allegro and is in compound meter. Tonality and rhythm are sublimely exploited and there is much use of extended technique. Tournier's Étude De Concert Au Matin is suitable to all advanced harpists seeking to explore varied repertoire on the instrument.

£9.99
Harp, Score

La partition nommée Aquatintes pour harpe par Bernard Andrès (né en 1941).