|Ninos on Parade by Rebecca
Niños on Parade is intended to inspire
new harpists to play with other people early in their studies.
With Diamond note heads used to mark lever changes and X note heads
indicate that the harpist taps on the sound board. As the student
learns she/he may progress to learning more advanced parts. Teachers
may use their discretion to simplify the tapping rhythms in the
Nino Tapping Part (for young or new students) as needed. The Tune
Part is stemmed on the presumption that the student can place and
play thumbs and 2nd fingers as a minimum. The part can be re-fingered
for more advanced students.
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|Lever harp solo, full score, Tune and Pal score|
|Three mixed level ensemble parts|
|Instrumentation:||Lever Harp Ensemble|
|Level:||Beginners / mixed ability|
Harpist Rebecca Flannery has appeared as soloist and in chamber music and orchestral positions throughout Europe and the United States. She has performed in Carnegie Recital Hall, Lincoln Center, and for WQXR in New York. Ms. Flannery is a founder of Chrysolith (harp, flute, viola, soprano) and the New York Harp Ensemble and Chamber Musicians' Alliance. Chamber works by five different composers were dedicated to, written and arranged for her and her colleagues in Chrysolith which for twelve years actively toured the United States and Canada. She first recorded for Towerhill Records in 1980. She has performed under the baton of such noted conductors as Georg Solti, Aaron Copland, Blanche Moyse, and Ono Werner Mueller and has appeared on television and radio in both the US and Europe. Immediately upon receiving her Master of Music Degree from the Yale School of Music, where she won the prestigious Sprague-Woolsey Hall Concerto Competition, Ms Flannery was appointed to the teaching position in harp at the Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford, Connecticut, a post she continues to hold. Ms. Flannery is in demand both as a private teacher and master class instructor. She is currently the President of the American Harp Society, Connecticut Chapter, and is a founding partner of Harps Unlimited International.
|Contact Details for Rebecca Flannery|
|Address||21 High Field Drive