I posted my latest composition on YouTube recently, a short piece I simply call Melody for Harp and Piano, Opus 66:

The beginning of the main melody was inspired by the beginning of Tchaikovsky’s famous piano concerto, though the motif is popular in a lot of film music as well (the famous theme of Dragonheart especially). I also uploaded a score to the piece here. (Make sure your right foot is bare before attempting to perform the piano part.)

I added this piece to my MP3s page, where you can also find a boring lullaby I wrote for harp and vibraphone in the month of December of 2011, appropriately called Lullaby for Harp and Vibraphone, Opus 65.


2 Comments

Kristina · June 9, 2012 at 11:19 PM

Absolutely lovely and perfect, but that might be because my favorite instrument is the harp. (Which I do hope to learn one day!)

S P Hannifin · June 10, 2012 at 1:50 AM

Thanks! I love harp arpeggios and use them constantly, perhaps far too often. They’ve become a cliche with my music, but I never tire of them.

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