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Peace : for glass harmonica, harp and/or strings.

by Percy Grainger and David Stanhope (1983, this version: 1898)

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Work Overview

Percy Grainger's early work for piano (written when aged 16 - 1898) has an enigmatic and haunting quality - pianissimo throughout. My arrangement seeks to amplify these qualities through the use of a glass harmonica (or musical glasses) as solo instrument. Grainger loved the sounds such instruments make. It may be played with harp or string accompaniment, or a combination of all three. Only a small group of strings are required.

Work Details

Year: 1983, this version: 1898

Instrumentation: Glass harmonica, harp and optional strings.

Duration: 3 min.

Difficulty: Medium — Glass Harmonica player required!

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