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Renaissance Music For The Harp
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Renaissance Music For The Harp

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Harp
Composer Playford
Arranger Deborah Friou
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Harp
Catalog # 00720435

Price: $12.95

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Product Description

Renaissance Music For The Harp Composed by Playford. Arranged by Deborah Friou. For Harp. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00720435, UPC: 073999121902)

A delightful collection of more than 20 popular dances and airs of the Renaissance period, arranged for the harp by Deborah Friou. Includes pieces by well-known composers of the time, including Byrd, Dowland, Morely, and others. All can be played on folk harp.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL IN A GARDEN GREEN FRIOU PLAYFORD  
ALMAN FRIOU 16TH CENTURY  
ALMAN (MORLEY) FRIOU MORLEY  
BRANSLE FRIOU ATTAIGNANT  
CARMAN'S WHISTLE,THE FRIOU BYRD  
CORRANTO FRIOU ANONYMOUS  
EARL OF ESSEX GALLIARD,THE FRIOU DOWLAND  
FORTUNE FRIOU BYRD  
GREENSLEEVES FRIOU TRADITIONAL  
HARTES EASE FRIOU HOLBORNE  
IT WAS A LOVER AND HIS LASS FRIOU TRADITIONAL  
LA VOLTA FRIOU BYRD  
LADY RICHE FRIOU ANONYMOUS  
LORD WILLOUGHBY'S WELCOME HOME FRIOU  
NACHTANZ FRIOU SUSATO,T.  
NOBODY'S GIGGE FRIOU FARNABY  
ROBIN FRIOU MUNDAY  
TOY FRIOU CTTING,FRANCIS  
WOLSEYS WILDE FRIOU BYRD  

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