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Scottish Music Graded Exams Harp - Grade 5 (2008 -2014) (book)

This book is part of the old harp Syllabus 2008 - 2014 from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. This syllabus selection will be valid until the end of 2014. We are selling off the remainder of the books at a bargain price as the new syllabus is now available for 2014- 2020 – see under Exams.

The repertoire is still useful for school exams (as they are graded pieces), concerts and ceilidhs. The tunes were collected from many well known players, teachers and arrangers.

Details

Instruments:
Harp
Book format:
A4
Date:
2008
Origin:
Scottish
Articulations:
Fingering, Staff notation
Tune Types:
Air, Dance tunes, Jig, Reel, Shetland reel, Strathspey, Work tunes
ISBN:
978-1-871931-49-5
Level:
Intermediate
Arrangers:
Corrina Hewat, Alison Kinnaird, Catriona McKay, Isobel Mieras, Charlotte Petersen, Patsy Seddon, Savourna Stevenson, Andy Thorburn
Pages:
28
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Table of contents

  • ----Airs----
  • Leanaibh an Aigh
  • Port Atholl
  • Mo Dhomhnullan Fhèin
  • Smeòrach Clann Dòmhnaill
  • Miss Graham of Inchbrakie
  • Isle of Aigas
  • An t-Eilean Muileach-
  • ----DanceorRhythmicallyVariedTunes----
  • Bhanarach Dhonna’ Chruaidh
  • Bò Lurach Thu
  • Merry Boys o’ Greenland
  • Sleep soond in da morning
  • Willafjord
  • Seann Triubhais Uilleachain
  • The Seagull
  • The G minor Reel
  • Aandowin at Da Bow
  • Bonnie Isle o’ Whalsay
  • Ahint da Daek so’ Voe
  • The Old Woman’s Dance
  • The Old Reel
  • Nigheannan Caorach
  • The Point Road
  • Father John MacMillan of Barra
  • Crossing the Minch
  • ----RecentCompositions----
  • Ceolraidh Inbhirnis
  • Ceolraidh 2002
  • Michael’s Mazurka
  • Marni Swanson of the Grey Coast
  • Calum’s Road
  • The Flawless Juggler
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Reviews

“The books are well produced with input from relevant experts and a good range of tunes which are likely to be played widely outside of the classroom” Living Tradition Magazine2015

Pete Heywood

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