Down by the Salley Gardens, Harp Solo
Harp - Early Intermediate
Composed by Irish Folk Tune. Arranged by Jodi Ann Tolman. Repertoire, Folk, Celtic, St. Patrick's Day, Recital. Individual Part, Sheet Music Single, Solo Part. 4 pages. Published by Jodi Ann Tolman (S0.345539).
Item Number: S0.345539
This beautiful Irish folk tune is arranged for solo harp. It begins with a simple first verse, followed by a second verse with added movement and ornamentation. The theme from the introduction is heard again before the full, rich third verse with rolled chords.
The beautiful melody of this song is perfect for many different occasions. It is written in the key of G, for both lever and pedal harps, with no lever or pedal changes.
Also known as: Sally GardensFind more harp sheet music at www.musicbyjodiann.com
Video of this arrangement: https://youtu.be/h70EX_7Y-Tg
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