Medley: Once In Royal David’s City & He Is Born, Harp Duet
Celtic Harp - Digital Sheet Music

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Instrumental Duet,Lever Harp - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.803900

Composed by Henry John Gauntlett and Traditional French. Arranged by Serena O’Meara. Christmas,Holiday,Multicultural,Sacred,Traditional,World. 29 pages. O'Meara Music #5361599. Published by O'Meara Music (A0.803900).

In 1849 English organist Henry John Gauntlett set the poem written by Cecil Francis Alexander to a melody he had named "Irby" which is now known as Once In Royal David’s City. The French carol, Il est né or He is Born was first published in 1862 although it is considered to be an ancient carol. The two carols are very similar in structure and phrasing.

This is playable on both Lever & Pedal Harps. Both parts include knocking on the soundboard. Sections of the songs (A, B) and dynamics are clearly marked. You will receive the Score, Harp I, and Harp II.

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