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Zither / Lap Harp - Early Intermediate - Digital Download
By Leonard Cohen. Arranged by Debbie Center. Sheet Music Single. 1 pages. Published by Debbie Center (H0.171219-34102).
Item Number: H0.171219-34102
This is a beautiful arrangement of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah", arranged by World of Harmony Music founder, Debbie Center, for zither or lap harp. Just slip the sheet music under the strings and follow the notes which are connected by lines, easily showing you which strings to pluck. The dashed lines with dots show optional additional strings to pluck for chords. This adds a much richer sound and increased challenge! To watch Debbie Center play this piece, go to https://youtu.be/Ic9joQ0Xdgo.
This sheet music works with Music Makers, Melody Harps, T.K. O'Brien, and Appalachian Spirit Folk Instruments zithers. To use with a First Act instrument, you'll need to cut farther inside the cutting guidelines, and you may possibly lose a note at the beginning or end. For use with Melody Harps, you'll need to tune each F string to F sharp. Typical zither tuning, from bottom to top, is G A B C D E F# G A B C D E F# G, but tuning to any two-octave major scale will work with this sheet music.
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