This download includes two versions of The Wexford Carol, one for a large harp, and a transposed and lightly edited version suitable for therapy harp. A traditional Irish carol, it re-entered the repertoire due to the efforts of William Grattan Flood (1859-1928), organist at at St. Aidan's Cathedral in Enniscorthy. More recently, it was popularized by Loreena McKennitt. Set simply to accommodate the necessary (and easy) lever changes, this upbeat carol, it is sure to be a hit this Holiday season!
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These arrangements of The Wexford Carol are great for the late intermediate or advanced harpist.
Each arrangement two pages; intermediate/advanced; several lever changes; key of C or G. Chord symbols included. Arranged for full size harp (lowest note second C below middle C, highest note third 3 above middle C) or therapy harp (lowest note C below middle C, highest note third G above middle C).
Listen to The Wexford Carol (software-generated mp3):
Listen to The Wexford Carol (therapy harp) (software-generated mp3):