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What’s on your music stand? Spring 2011

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  • #105865
    Anonymous
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    By the way, “Easy Swing” can be hard to find.

    #105866
    Amber M
    Participant

    Nataliana and Pan’s Labyrinth Lullaby. Very cool songs!

    #105867
    joan-steinberg
    Participant

    Thank you ! I was able to hear With the Wild Geese once for free on the naxos site, which was a help.

    #105868
    shelby-m
    Participant

    Hi Jerusha!

    #105869
    Jerusha Amado
    Participant

    Hi Shelby!

    So glad to hear that things are going well for you!

    #105870
    katerina
    Participant

    F-minor Pachelbel chaconne

    “Sarabande pour femme” – Lully

    Chaconne in C – Handel from “Concerto a due cori”

    Recercada Primera – Ortiz (I LOVE this tune)

    Fantasia Ludovico – Mudarra.

    and some others, not so much loved.

    #105871
    shelby-m
    Participant

    Jerusha: I play a Dusty Strings Ravenna 34.

    #105872
    Jerusha Amado
    Participant

    I understand what you’re saying perfectly!

    #105873
    kay-lister
    Member

    Just started Salzedos’ La Desirade . . .I LOVE IT!!!

    #105874
    kay-lister
    Member

    . . . and now I’ve started Idyllic Poem!!!

    #105875
    barbara-kraichy–2
    Participant

    Isn’t anyone into Patriotic Music? It seems on the 10th anniversary of 9/11

    #105876
    joseph-pagani
    Participant

    My music stand is all review right now, trying to figure out what to start new! I was hoping to start the Handel Concerto in B-flat, and was hoping someone could give me advice wether the Salzedo or the Grandjany version would be more worthwhile. My teacher is a Die-hard Grandjany style harpist, so I know which way he’d lean, but I was hoping to get some other opinions 🙂

    #105877
    Misty Harrison
    Participant

    i must be under the influence of Saul here but have you looked at the Lawrence version?

    #105878
    joseph-pagani
    Participant

    I can’t seem to find a Lawrence arr.

    #105879
    Misty Harrison
    Participant

    use http://www.harp.com search

    enter Handel Lawrence

    what shows up is the piano reduction but that’s what you need

    it’s the harp part and also the piano reduction

    convenient for the pianist to have that and it’s not important for you because of course you will memorize it anyway

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