Delightful arrangements with nice interplay between harp and melody instrument. All parts comb bound within the book. Fanny Power in the key of A (4 pages), Danny Boy in the key of G (4 pages), The Lark in the Clear Air in the key of Bb (3 pages), Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier in the key of G (3 pages), King of the Fairies in the key of Am (with F# – 2 pages), Ladies Hornpipe in the key of D (4 pages). The flute parts look challenging to me, the harp parts are intermediate and easily sight readable by an advanced harpist. The intermediate harpist may need to put in a bit of practice. Lowest note in the harp arrangements is D almost 2 octaves below middle C, so it would be best to have a full range lever harp or a pedal harp to play these arrangements.
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