Tag Archives: Harp
Lovely originals and transcriptions, all modern/contemporary. Play!
Trio Partout plays these gracious, Romantic to modern works for harp, flute + viola. Play!
Harpist Ben Melsky performs these pieces with Ensemble dal Niente, all contemporary composers. Nice mix of instruments! Play!
Inspired by specific photos of nature, mostly modern pieces, gracious.
Harp works from the Classical era to modern–Hindemith’s especially nice! Play!
Gracious, elegant, solo harp pieces mostly from the 1940’s by Italian composers. Play!
Modern works for flute, harp and strings. Play!
From Baroque to contemporary, interesting, varied, solo harp pieces. Play!
Although titles under one composer, there are works by Jesus Bal y Gay as well. All from early 20th century for a mix of harp, flutes and other winds. Play!
Music from the Romantic era for harp and violin. Gracious and lovely.
Harp & percussion works with Asian, Spanish and Armenian elements. Beautiful!
Elegant and Romantic + modern pieces–a nice range and mix of composers. Play!
Elegant, contemporary pieces by Libby Larsen, Stephen Paulus and others. Play!
Mostly well-known pieces, transcribed for harp.
Romantic pieces. The largo pieces are especially lovely!
Except for Schubert’s piece, these are modern works by Ibert, Renie and Halvorsen. Nice!
Title says it all! Play!
Elizabeth Hainen performs predominantly recognizable works transcribed for harp (Debussy, Bach, Couperin, Handel amongst others)–I found the more modern pieces more interesting (Glass, Sting, Grandjany). All lovely.
Pieces by Ravel, Debussy and Sluka–Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin very well-known. Sluka’s pieces gorgeous! Play!
Romantic works for harp by Liszt and Elias Parish-Alvars–gracious. Play!
Really interesting, new, abstract, harp duets by Muhly, Akiho and DeSena amongst others. Play!
Lovely, modern and abstract, yet lyrical works for harp and various accompaniment. Play!
Gracious, modern works for harp, varying in tempi and lightness. Play most!
Some well-known pieces for harp by Impressionist composers, and some less known works. Play!
“Popular” classical, traditional, & movie themes, transcribed for harp and orchestra, aimed at “lite” classical audience. Try 4, 7, 13, 14.