Sing Us a Song


Billy Joel isn’t just the piano man anymore.

—by Jan Jennings

Jan Jennings is Music Review Editor for Harp Column.

Jan Jennings is Music Review Editor for Harp Column.

Billy Joel has been a pop icon for decades. Although he hasn’t released an album of new songs in 20 years, his Grammy-winning, multi-platinum songs are among our most beloved standards. It is our good fortune that Hal Leonard recently published a collection of 10 of his songs. Billy Joel for Harp features two arrangements of each song by Emily Brecker. The first is intermediate level for pedal harps or “large” lever harps tuned to E-flat and is notated for both instruments. The second is easier and suitable for small lever harps tuned to C (and playable on lever harp tuned to E-flat with no re-tuning).

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Jan Jennings is the music review editor for Harp Column and is the author of The Harpist’s Complete Wedding Guidebook and Effortless Glissing. You can email her at

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