The Shire
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Instrumental Duet Harp,Instrumental Duet,Violin - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1102067

Composed by Howard Shore and Philippa Boyens. Arranged by Rena Ng. Film/TV,Folk,Wedding. Score and parts. 10 pages. Rena Ng #705463. Published by Rena Ng (A0.1102067).

A violin & harp duet arrangement of Concerning Hobbits (The Shire Theme) by Howard Shore from The Lord of the Rings. Recommended for intermediate to advanced level players on both lever (tuned in Eb major) and pedal harps. Lever change markings are indicated. Key: C major; Lever/Pedal changes: F#, G#; Range: C6 – C2. Full score and individual parts available in the PDF download. Find more arrangements and videos at

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