Evelyn Tiffany-Castiglioni’s arrangement of the traditional northern Italian “Quadriglia” can be played by solo lever or pedal harp or by lever or pedal harp mixed and matched with the three treble/cello/viola parts (melody, descant, and harmony). This festive 6/8 dance can work all year round and makes a lovely holiday piece. Each part is presented in two different keys (F and G), and Treble, Bass, and Alto Clef instruments each have three formats: Melody line, Descant line (harmony played generally within or higher than the melody), and Harmony line, played generally within or lower than the melody. Guitar chords are included, as well as harp fingerings and placing brackets.

This piece is available as a PDF download for $5.00 (includes parts in one file; no full score is available).

Length: 8 pgs.