Does anyone know a source for harp sheet music for Yiruma’s beautiful lullaby called ‘River Flows in You’?
Oh, I should have mentioned that if you play lever harp, there’s one version that works better than the longest versions. They have a three page version that’s still pretty close to the original but has no key change. (You can just play a single 16th note G for the repeated 32nd notes in the passage on the second page, if that’s hard for you.)
Just updating this for future reference: I see Sylvia Woods now has a harp arrangement available:
I had a go at it a year ago and just used the piano music score, it seems to work well, although my skill isn’t (or wasn’t) good enough to get the trills right.
If you look at the bottom of the page she has a preview of the first couple of lines. Those are pretty representative of the difficulty. It’s basically pretty much the same as the three-page version sold by musicnotes, and you can see a whole page as a preview there. Both omit the key change and what I guess you might call the bridge section that’s in the complete piece.
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