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What Wondrous Love Is This, Harp I
Digital Sheet Music
By American Folk Hymn/ English Ballad
Instrumental Duet, Lever Harp - Level 3 - Digital Download
Composed by American Folk Hymn/ English Ballad. Arranged by Serena O’Meara. Country, Easter, Sacred, Spiritual, Traditional. 5 pages. O'Meara Music #5791545. Published by O'Meara Music (A0.803968).
Item Number: A0.803968
In 1835 William Walker published The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion. He used a haunting melody that he’d heard during his travels through Appalachia with a poem that had been published in 1811. He titled the hymn Wondrous Love. The melody has now been traced back to an English Ballad (Roud #5089). In the Dorian mode, the sixth scale degree is lowered in the harmony some of the time.Arranged for Lever or Pedal Harps, dynamics and pedal changes are clearly marked. Lever Harp I will set one flat at the beginning and leave it on throughout the entire piece.
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