Note from the arranger
Range: the lowest note is the C one octave below middle C. The highest note is the C two octaves above middle C.
Cantiga 384 performed by Stephanie Claussen on harp and Brittany Piatz on percussion.
Stephanie Claussen has arranged Alfonso the Wise’s Cantiga 384: A Que Por Muy Gran Fremosura for solo lever or pedal harp. This tune translates as “The Monk Who Wrote Mary’s Name in Three Colors.” Claussen says that these colors were blue, gold, and rose. On the tune, she says it “can be played slowly and thoughtfully or very fast, depending on your mood. Either way, this arrangement plays with the sense of pulse to keep it from growing too predictable.”
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