A sweet and lively Scottish tune, arranged simply to show off the lilting melody.
Read more and listen to the software-generated mp3 at the bottom of the page.
The rhythms put this piece at the early intermediate level, but it is not hard to learn. Each section adds to the charm and playfulness. The patterns are very fun to play and make a nice warm-up for the hands.
It can be played on any harp with at least a full octave below middle C.
Key of G. Early intermediate; no lever changes; no fingerings or brackets; 1 page.
Listen to New Claret (software-generated)