Specifically designed for support groups, community groups, health-care facilities and teen programs.
The Color My World© Series offers beautiful melodies for the harp beginner. This program is specifically designed for support groups, community groups, health-care facilities and teen programs while at the same time it can augment the Rainbow of SoundTM program for schools and adult/senior groups.
It is the new extension of the Rainbow of SoundTM program. In each set, there are approx. 15 easy melodies (see the melodies of the Love and Beauty collection below) with fingerings and letter names on cards that can be attached to a pillar prompter on the column. There are also chord charts on the reverse side enabling players of all levels to make music together.
Featuring songs to offer Faith and Gratitude
Hope, as Emily Dickinson wrote, “is the thing with feathers – that perches in the soul.” It is the one thing that remains in Pandora’s box after the evils have fled. Hope lifts us; coupled with inspiration, it helps us to transcend our troubles. The songs included in Songs of Hope and Inspiration remind us that we are not alone, that others have walked similar roads, and that light can be found even in the darkest places. These melodies are designed to be effective in lifting the spirits of any harp circle support group or the individual playing these tunes in their own sanctuary of their music room.
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Sing, Sing Together – English Traditional ROUND
- This Little Light of Mine – Gospel Tune by Harry Dixon Loes – 1920
- Ring Out The Old – French Traditional ROUND
- Morning – Edvard Grieg
- The Dawning of the Day – Thomas Connellan – 17th Century
- Bunessan (Morning Has Broken) – Bunessan – hymn tune, originally associated with the carol, “Child in the Manger” by Mary M. Macdonald (1789–1872) English words by Eleanor Farjeon were set to the tune in 1931.
- Finlandia – Jean Sibelius, 1899
- Moonlight on the River Gota – Swedish Tune
- Canon – Johann Pachelbel
- Andante – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Largo – Antonin Dvorak
- Swan Lake – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1876
- Waltz of the Flowers – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1892
- You’ll Never Walk Alone – Rodgers and Hammerstein, 1945
- Musetta’s Waltz – Giacomo Puccini, 1896
- Reflections – Christina Tourin
- Winter from The Four Seasons – Antonio Vivaldi, 1723
- Hope – Used by permission of Daniela Tauchmann
- Un P’tit Rayon de Soleil – Used by permission of Alix Colin
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