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Hurrell, Nancy Price: $15.00 SKU: 91000 These are wonderful arrangements that will delight any harp player, young or old. Nancy draws upon her experience teaching ensembles to create this book of multi-level ensemble arrangements, with the idea that all parts … Continue reading
Hurrell, Nancy Price: $25.00 SKU: 91006 Playing in a harp ensemble is bliss! Continuing in the tradition of Nancy’s other ensemble books, arrangements for mixed level groups are fun to play for everyone. Really fun!! The tunes are from Scotland and … Continue reading
Hurrell, Nancy Price: $20.00 SKU: 91002 A collection of gems — some familiar and some are unusual, all are traditional tunes from Britain. The solos are superb and the ensemble arrangements are awesome. This book can be utilized by players … Continue reading
Hurrell, Nancy Price: $20.00 SKU: 91005 Here is the latest in Nancy Hurrell’s exquisite and historical arrangements of early music for harp. Easy to read with many historical notes and performance suggestions. Very fulfilling for harpists knowledgeable in historical music, … Continue reading
Hurrell, Nancy Price: $20.00 SKU: 91004 Contains solo arrangements of medieval and Renaissance music, from cantigas (13th century Spain) to popular dance tunes from the 16th and 17th centuries. There are two ensembles (for 3 harps): a well-known Praetorius ‘Courante’ … Continue reading