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    ruth-harper
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    Since I do not take lessons, I learn about harp music from sites like
    this.

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    carl-swanson
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    Ruth- If you can show me the stuff in French you’ve found on him, I could probably translate it for you.

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    sylvia-o
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    Hi Ruth

    Here is a link that gives some information.

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    richard-hagan
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    Hi Ruth —

    As far as working on Pavanne, you might be interested in the 3 CD collection titled “Pieces Faciles pour Harpe” with Catherine Michel.

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    barbara-brundage
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    >Then for real inspiration, Sarah Bullen on her album “The Essential Harp” includes the Dances d’Automne.

    These are also on the Isabelle Perrin Andres CD.

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    chatelain-nathalie
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    Hello,

    I have also recorded a lot of pieces from Andrès in my 3 cds book’s name ABC de la Harpe. I have recorded all the pieces you learn from the beginning until 5-6 years. I think that you can ordered this CD in the US.

    It is a really good CDs with all easies pieces from Bernard Andrès.

    I hope you will find this cd.

    Nathalie CHATELAIN http://www.nathaliechatelain.com

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    hannah-roberts
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    Hi Ruth,
    Bernard Andrès is a French composer who learned the harp (as an adult – isn’t that inspiring to those of us who learned as adults?) so that he could write for the instruments.
    I enthusiastically recommend his two wonderful books for beginners, Marelles 1 and 2. Even if you are past that level, they are beautiful and intelligent pieces that sound great and people love hearing.
    Hannah

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