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Harp, Chamber Orchestra - Intermediate
Composed by Michael Lisle Dunn. Arranged by Michael Lisle Dunn. 21st Century, Baroque Period, Contemporary Classical, Neo-Classical, Recital. Score. 28 pages. Published by Michael Lisle Dunn (S0.196499).
Item Number: S0.196499
This concerto for Harp is about 15 minutes long, in the style of the New Baroque (Baroque elements with more contemporary harmonies, fundamentally concordant with harmonic integrity). The orchestral parts are relatively easy and should be easily playable by intermediate level players. The Harp part is designed to be slightly more demanding so as to give, in places, a virtuosic performance effect. All parts available individually on request. My PRO is the Performing Rights Society (PRS)
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