Liszt – Hymne de l’enfant à son réveil, harp part


Liszt, Hymne de l’enfant à son réveil, for women’s choir (SSA), harmonium or piano
and harp ad lib.

This piece is the separate harp part, 4 pages

Related products are the full score and the choir parts, sold separately.

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Liszt Hymne de l’enfant à son réveil, harp part



The renowned Franz Liszt (1811-1896) is the most famous fan the harp has ever had. Not only did he try to play it, complaining about “those pesky pedals”, he insistently asked the harpists he knew to make transcriptions of some of his pieces (Angelus, as a prime example). He wrote beautiful harp parts into his symphonic poems and composed a few choir pieces expressly with harp. If you are into chamber music, check out a trio version of his symphonic poem Orpheus.

Liszt and his music deserve to be not only thoroughly rehabilitated, but also enjoyed in his unabashed expression of sentiment. The innovative techniques and effusive flights of fancy in his piano music put our own 19th century harp repertoire in perspective. Musical gestures abound, allowing the performer to inhabit the music, body and soul, always striving heavenward toward transcendence.

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Weight 1 oz