Japanese Folksongs for the Small Harp
Harp - Digital Sheet Music

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Harp - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.973768

Arranged by Deborah Dahl Shanks. Folk,World. Score. 60 pages. Deborah Dahl Shanks #6275151. Published by Deborah Dahl Shanks (A0.973768).

Japanese Folksongs for the Small Harp contains 23 Japanese folk songs and lullabies taken from folk songs and Koto literature including the popular "Sakura" transcribed from Koto tablature and adapted for the large Lever Harp.  The arrangements are appropriate for a small lever harp with 1 octave below middle C and tuned to Eb or C.  Songs in two keys are noted with an * in Contents. The songs are very accessible and appropriate for mid-beginner to intermediate players with limited or easy lever changes and endeavor to remain true to the sound of the Koto zither.  Some of the songs in the book include both an easy and intermediate arrangement.     

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