Sonatina for harp, opus 108 : harp solo
by Andrew Schultz (2020)
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Sonatina for harp, opus 108, is a short work in three movements written in February 2020 in response to a request from Alice Giles to write some short pieces suitable for early stage harp performers. The three movements are modal and diatonic in style and have titles evoking the spirit of the aeolian harp - carried on the wind and meditative in mood. The pieces can be played on lever or pedal harp.
Instrumentation: Harp (lever or pedal harp - there are no chromatic changes of pedal or lever in each piece).
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Suggested levels I. Ripples on water: AMEB Grade 4 ; II. Drifting sands: AMEB Grade 5 ; III. Heard on the wind: AMEB Grade 3
Contents note: I. Ripples on water -- II. Drifting sands -- III. Heard on the wind.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Alice Giles
Commission note: Commissioned by Alice Giles.
- In the form/style of: Sonatinas
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