Welcome to our archive of featured harp music!  These are scores that were featured harp music selections in earlier editions of Reigning Harps. You are welcome to download and print a copy of this music for your personal private use. (If you wish to perform the music publicly for profit, print or publish any arrangement, or record or broadcast it, you must first contact the copyright holder for the appropriate permissions.)

 

Harpers' Songbook Note: Since Spring of 2007, group tunes from the PSFHS Winter Festival and Summer Retreat  are made available as featured music, and should be used to update your Harpers'  Songbook. Group tunes are featured in Spring and Autumn, and the PDF files you need for your book are marked below in red.

 


Winter 2016

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, traditional English Christmas carol arranged for harp by Janet Lanier.

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen: Adobe PDF Format
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen: YouTube Link

Spring 2016

Three "party tunes" arranged for harp by Harper Tasche for the PSFHS 2016 Winter Folk Harp Festival.

Happy Birthday to You: Adobe PDF Format
Happy Birthday to You
: YouTube Link

Malbrouk: Adobe PDF Format
Malbrouk
: YouTube Link

Hava Nagila: Adobe PDF Format
Hava Nagila
: YouTube Link

Summer 2016

Coilfield House, Scottish fiddle tune composed by Nathaniel Gow, arranged for harp by Seumas Gagne.

Coilsfield House: Adobe PDF Format
Coilsfield House
: YouTube Link

Autumn 2016

Two Northumbrian tunes arranged for harp by Diane Moss for the PSFHS 2016 Summer Folk Harp Retreat.

Sir John Fenwick: Adobe PDF Format
Sir John Fenwick: YouTube Link

Sir Sydney Smith: Adobe PDF Format
Sir Sydney Smith: YouTube Link

 

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