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Harp, Harp duet, Harp Ensemble, Chamber, Small Ensemble - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Traditional Irish Reel. Arranged by Serena O'Meara. Repertoire, Folk, Celtic, St. Patrick's Day, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 18 pages. Published by O'Meara Music (S0.595331).
Item Number: S0.595331
A showy duet for a finale orjust for the fun of playing it. This arrangement is carefree, has a toe tappingpulse and shows off the agility of the harpists. This melody from the 1700’swas used the 1951 film The Quiet Man (John Wayne fight scene). Themelody has had many other names throughout the British Isles.
It is in the key of G. Themelody is divided equally between the two parts. Dynamics are clearly marked.You will receive the Score, Harp I, and Harp II.
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