New Claret: Late Elementary (Small Harp) and Late Intermediate (Floor Harp)
Harp - Digital Sheet Music

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SKU: A0.865664

Composed by Traditional Scottish. Arranged by Tiffany Schaefer. Celtic,Folk,World. Score. 4 pages. Tiffany Schaefer #6477899. Published by Tiffany Schaefer (A0.865664).

Originally published in The Skye Collection of the Best Reels & Strathspeys Extant, c. 1887, New Claret is a delightful country dance tune in 9/8. 2 pages. The first arrangement is accessible to later elementary players, the second to advanced intermediate players. The arrangements may also be played together as a duet, or one after the other for a longer and more varied arrangement. This versatile melody may also be played as a round if the added ending is left off. 

Fingering for the elementary arrangement, and chord symbols for both are included. The elementary arrangement fits on a 26 string harp or larger. The intermediate arrangement will fit on a 26 string if just two bass notes are left out.

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