Dear Harp Friends,
There is new music from Frank Voltz, Kathryn Cater, Fran McGaughey, Joy Slavens, Anna Dunwoodie and Megan Metheney and we now have it in stock!
Don’t forget our regular 10% multiple copy discount on print music. Besides a savings for teachers, ensembles can have one person order for the group, get the discount and save even more with a single shipping charge! The discount is built in, so whenever you order 2 of the same title, you automatically receive a discount on those items.
The one and only Frank Voltz has 2 new titles!
Heather’s Song – sweet and lyrical.
Mountains of Japan – majestic and mysterious. Many of our customers eagerly await anything new by Mr. Voltz. He has a charming style!
Silent Night Duo for Flute and Pedal Harp – download version
The pedal harp version modulates, the lever harp version remains in the same key throughout. Both have lush harmonies. Cater’s web site has a link to the sound file at http://harprose.com/a-merry-little-christmas/
Before I forget, we have a lovely Venus Diplomat from 1998 in mahogany on the showroom floor. In perfect condition, with padded case and shipping trunk. $13,500. And, for those of you needing a small harp for school, we have several Dusty Strings Ravennas immediately available.
From Fran McGaughey – Ballo Amoroso, early music ensemble (mid 1500s) by Lachambre. McDowell’s To A Wild Rose, harp solo. She has 49 downloadable titles available, most are for ensemble. Click HERE to see them all. Her last name is pronounced ma-GOY and rhymes with McCoy like the “real McCoy”.
Anna Dunwoodie has a large selection of downloadable music on our site. Recently we added Winter Prayer, Valse Brilliante, Hauturu, The Sonsie Lass and All in a Garden Green. Sonsie is a Scottish word meaning attractive. Anna is listed in the tags on our site – see all her music here.
Megan Metheney has come out with a very unusual Christmas book, called “Bernard’s Christmas – Variations on Works by Bernard Andres.” Each piece combines a work by Mr. Andrès with a Christmas carol. Presently the book is available only as a download. Each individual title is also downloadable for $4. We expect the hard copy book in any day. To view the book and all the individual titles, please click HERE.
Mary is playing a concert of music featuring contemporary women composers for the harp. If you’re interested in the program, you may download it HERE.
Foster dog Koda Bear may be going to his new home this weekend. It has been a pleasure and honor knowing you, Koda Bear.
Happy back to school!!
The folks at Melody’s.
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