Classical harp solo to fulfill audition requirement

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    unknown-user on #165679

    Hello harpists! Quick question for you all out there, I’m applying to graduate performance programs and I need a piece from the classical period. Any and all suggestions greatly appreciated!

    paul-knoke on #165680

    Take a look at the sonatas by Meyer or Krumpholtz. There are a lot to choose from!

    patricia-jaeger on #165681

    I seem to remember that the

    Elizabeth Volpé Bligh on #165682 is the Cardon Sonata in F minor played on triple harp by Robin Ward.

    bill-grant on #165683

    L. Spohr “Fantasie Op. 35”

    niina on #165684

    I agree with the Naderman suggestion. The 7th is the most difficult, but because it is so technical it sounds like a study. The 6th on the other hand is difficult but because it’s melodic, allows for more musicality.

    Good luck whatever you choose


    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #165685

    Dussek is the classical master when it comes to harp, followed by Spohr, Boeildieu, Krumpholtz, Meyer and many others.

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