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    rosalind-beck
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    Would any college/university harp instructors kindly be willing to

    share ideas for harp minor syllabi. I’ve got repertoire for majors,

    but I could use some suggestions for my minors regarding goals for

    each semester.

    #88884
    unknown-user
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    It sounds like Lucile Lawrence’s Pathfinder Studies would work well, along with Salzedo’s Preludes for Beginners, Preludes Intimes and Short Stories. How about Beethoven’s Variations on a Swiss Air and Dewey Owens’s Irish Folksong arrangements?

    #88885
    alexander-rider
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    Alwyn’s crepescule, Britten interlude, Tournier’s images or preludes? These are all pieces of a similar level to the Beethoven….I am also not a college instructor, but it is just an opinion…

    #88886
    unknown-user
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    I just purchased Alec Templeton’s Rigaudon and Sicilenne, and they would be perfect pieces for your program.

    #88887

    How about Trois Petites Pi?ces Fa?iles by Hasselmans, and Trois Pi?ces Fa?iles by

    Grandjany? They are very pretty, and quite manageable for beginners to intermediates.

    There are also “pi?ces fa?iles” by Reni?.

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