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52 Scottish Songs for All Harps Sheet music – February 1, 1997
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Sylvia Woods' harp music books are among the most popular books for harpists at any level. They are playable on lever harps (also called Irish, Celtic, or folk harps) as well as pedal harps (also called concert, grand, or orchestral harps).
Her multi-level books are easily accessible for both beginners and advanced players. In these books, Sylvia has created two arrangements for each piece: an easy version, and one that is more difficult. Beginners can start with the easy version, and work their way up to the harder one. The two versions can also be played "back to back" to make a more varied arrangement. More advanced players and pedal harpists can add extra notes and chords to the harder version, making their own unique arrangement. The two versions can also be played together as a duet
About the Author
Sylvia Woods is one of the leaders in the harp world. She has written over 20 books for the harp, and has made three recordings. She owns the Sylvia Woods Harp Center Store and Mail Order Catalog, selling harps, harp music books, harp recordings, and accessories.
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more BEAUTIFUL by learning to play them on your harp!!!
Sylvia Woods EXCELLENT books are a treasure to learn from (W)-heather you're just beginning
or more advanced...Sylvia Woods books provide both versions!
To buy or not to buy, is that your question? We recommend "to buy" them!!!
The book has about 50 tunes, each one arranged for a beginner and also for more experienced players. So, you can choose the level at which you are most comfortable without worrying that the knowledge and technique required to play the tune (slides, glissandos, cross-overs/unders, etc) will prevent you from playing it well.
My goal is to learn all of the easy arrangements and then progress to the more difficult ones.
Sylvia Woods has ferreted out a great selection of old tunes from Scotland (many from Robert Burns) as an alterative to Irish music. A great book to have, if only to remind yourself that the harp has been played for hundreds of years in other countries as well as Ireland! Also, it's nice to be able to play something unexpected, if you play for others.