A collection of over thirty harp solos, this book features Kondonassis’ most popular transcriptions and compositions, including those found on her many critically acclaimed recordings. Highlights of the collection include Liquid Shadows, an original composition by Kondonassis, a comprehensive assortment of works by Claude Debussy, her arrangements of Puccini’s Quando men vo from La Boheme, and the Chinese folksong, Small River Flowing. This volume offers the reader a wide variety of selections from Bach, Handel, Telemann, Scarlatti, and Vivaldi, to Chopin, Mendelssohn, Sibelius, Puccini, Satie, Faure, Debussy, and Respighi. Complete with editorial markings and extensive performer’s notes. With a reputation as one of the preeminent harpists and transcribers, Kondonnasis shares the wealth of her artistic gifts in this volume that is essential to every harpist’s library.
Publisher: Carl Fischer LLC
Catalogue Number: H68
Northwest Product Number: 112-2515-54-001
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