Mitch Landy’s Music

Dear Friends,

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We are now the distributors of the compositions and arrangements of Mitch Landy! We’ve known Mitch for many years, and are honored that he would choose us to handle his many years of labor.  His music leans toward classical, with a hint of humor. Below is listed his catalog. For a quick link to his titles: https://www.folkharp.com/120_landy-mitch

 

Solo Works

A Christmas Medley
A Little Prayer
Air With Variations (Mozart)
All Over the Map
American Folk Song Suite
Andalucia (Lecuono – The Breeze and I)
Brief Digression on a Theme of Brahms
Chopin Nocturne in Eb
Chopin’s Grandfather’s Clock
Dance of the Blessed Spirits
Dithyramb
Five Diatonic Pieces
Franz Schubert Impromptu D. 935 No. 2
Funeral March for a Marionette (Gounod, Suite Burlesque)
Ghost Tango
Halloween – Spooky Little Tunes
How About Now (Bossa Nova)
How Beautiful Are the Feet
If I Only Had a Brain (Wizard of Oz)
Impromptu (Schubert)
Jota Aragonesa (Gottschalk)
Kitty of Coleraine
Kora – Etude for Harp
Lake of Shadows
Lullabies
O’Carolan Suite
Passacaile (Boccherini)
Portraits
Saradande and Gigue
Sicilienne (Faure)
Simple Gifts Duet
Solveig’s Song from “Peer Gynt”
Spagnoletta
Spanish Dance
Spanish Dance #4 Granados
Spanish Suite
Spooky Tunes
Summer Medley: Three Irish Songs
Suogan
Sweet Remembrance (Mendelssohn)
The Last Spring Op. 34 (Grieg)
Three Dances from the Holberg Suite Opus 40
Three Pieces from Ma Mere L’oye (Ravel Mother Goose)
Three Schubert Songs
Two Beethoven Bagatelles
Two Chinese Folk Songs
Two Church Pieces: Chorale and Seraph
Two Cowboy Waltzes for Harp
Two Lyric Pieces
Two Pieces for Lever Harp
Two Russian Lullabies
Two Watercolors
Variations on a Gavotte by Corelli
Variations on a Nursery Tune (Twinkle)
Variations on Malt’s Come Downe
Vocalise (Landy)
Winter Nocturne Waltz

Ensembles
The Ash Grove (harp & violin)
Bartok for Flute and Harp
Barcarolle for Two Lever Harps
Gamelan Trio
Simple Gifts Duet


Teaching Material
Music for Harp Students


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