Ode to Joy
Harp - Digital Download
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Arranged by Mark Foster. Classical Period, Sacred, Recital. Sheet Music Single. 1 pages. Published by Mark Foster (S0.491503).
Item Number: S0.491503
Ode to Joy on the Harp!
The lap harp is such a joy to play, and why not play a song about joy! This simple arrangement of Beethoven's classic "Ode to Joy" is perfect for the beginner on the lap harp, or larger floor harp.
It utilizes simple broken chords (triads) in the left hand, with a single note melody line. Recognizable and doable for the beginner.
Use for recitals, church services, or special occasions.
Great practice piece!
No lever changes required.
Arranged for lap harps with at least 22 strings, but can be played on any harp with at least 22 strings. .
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