Old Welsh Airs
Harp - Intermediate - Digital Download
Arranged by Darhon Rees-Rohrbacher. Early Music. 35 pages. Published by Afghan Press Music for the Harp (S0.626915).
Item Number: S0.626915
A collection of 15 Welsh folk airs for lever harp, (pedal changes also indicated). Four-octave range using only the keys of C and G with minimal lever changes, suggested fingerings and guitar chords.
Table of Contents:
Suo Gan, Lady Owen's Delight, Margaret that Lost her Garter, The Gentle Bird, The Red-Headed Cobbler of Hengoed, White Snowden, All Through the Night, David of the White Rock, Maid of Pendaryn, The Slender Lad, Tune of the Castle Moor, Marsh of Ruddlan, Ash Grove, Good Humoured and Fairly Tipsy, Men of Harlech
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