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    HBrock25 on #155568

    Hello harp people,
    Does anyone know of some classical repertoire for the low intermediate harpist. (I play pedal harp)
    Not solo pieces, but chamber music with a harp part. I like to be challenged but something that I can still manage to learn in a few months.
    I have friends who play a lot of different instruments, so it can pretty have any instrument. I’m just so tired of playing solo!
    Oh yeah, and any era,
    Thanks for the help 🙂

    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #155569

    The Bizet Entr’Acte from Carmen is frequently done, and the Berlioz Trio of the Young Ishmaelites, though it is not too easy.

    Tacye on #155570

    The Andres Algues are nice to play and fit well under the fingers.

    kreig-kitts on #155571

    And the Berlioz trio is one where the flutists really love to run ahead. They play sustained notes and don’t care what the harpist is doing, which in my case was mostly

    Lily Hill on #155572

    All the pieces you recommended are absolutely gorgeous and exactly what I’m looking for! I thank both of you for your help!

    Elizabeth Volpé Bligh on #155573

    The Swan by Saint-Saens can be played with just harp and cello. It has been transcribed for violin or flute, as well. Also, there is a lovely piece by Villa Lobos called the Song of the Black Swan, which was his response to The Swan by Saint-Saens.

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