With St. Patrick's Day just around the corner, you might like to add an Irish tune to your repertoire. Here are some lovely choices for you.
1. Danny Boy
An all-time favorite traditional Irish melody (also known as the Londonderry Air). It has been thoughtfully arranged for elementary level harp. Fingering and brackets are clearly marked in the sheet music. The arrangement is expressive and accessible with a left hand that is comfortable to play and easy to coordinate with the right hand. This piece is playable on a small harp (26+ strings), but will require F sharp levers.
A traditional Irish air. This early intermediate harp solo captures the soulful character of the melody with an arrangement that fits the hands beautifully. All brackets and fingering have been carefully chosen to help you play with ease and focus on your fluency and expression.
A soothing Celtic melody arranged for early intermediate lever harp. Fingerings and brackets are included in the score to help you play with ease and fluency. You will love how this arrangement feels comfortable to play yet it's full of rich, expressive harmonies that will speak to your heart.
Blends three favorite Irish tunes: The Rose of Tralee, My Wild Irish Rose and 'Tis the Last Rose of Summer. This arrangement is for mid-intermediate harp. The digital sheet music download includes a BONUS lead sheet which allows you to play on any size harp.
A popular Irish tune written by Turlough O'Carolan. This mid-intermediate harp arrangement captures the wistful quality of the beautiful melody. The score includes all fingering and bracket suggestions for learning support.
"Star of the County Down" is a traditional Irish tune that I chose to arrange in a haunting and expressive style. A departure from how you typically hear this tune, the opening right hand melody creates a sense of stillness and you'll feel the tension in the harmonies throughout.
Feel the solitude of gently rolling waves in this beautiful late intermediate harp arrangement of Turlough O'Carolan's tune. Right hand fingerings and chord symbols have been included throughout the score. The left hand uses 10th patterns and some slightly more advanced rhythms for expressive texture.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!