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.
The ancient Celts believed that the natural world had a direct link to the spiritual. Who has not felt more at peace in the green depths of nature, whether forest or mountaintop, ocean or stream? “Being outside” soothes us, and at the same time makes us feel more whole. The songs included here remind us of the healing connection between humans and nature. Developed for nature lovers everywhere, Songs of Nature and Healing is effective in any harp circle or setting with a deep connection to our earth.
“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves. “
~ John Muir
- 1. This Land Is Your Land – W. Guthrie 1940 – based on an old Baptist Hymn, “Oh, My Loving Brother”
2. Oh, How Lovely Is The Evening – Traditional German Round – 1917
3. The Chimes of St. Paul’s – Traditional
4. In the Bleak Mid-Winter – Olde Christmas Carol based on a poem by Christina Rossetti in 1872 – familiar anthem developed by Harold Darke in 1909
5. The Blue Danube – J. Strauss 1866
6. Autumn – A. Vivaldi 1723
7. Spring – A. Vivaldi 1723
8. Morning Has Come – Traditional Round
9. Neesa – Native American Senecca Trad. Round – Translation: We Sing to the Divine Light of the Moon
10. Apple Trees In Bloom – Traditional Round
11. To A Wild Rose – E. MacDowell 1904
12. Cuckoo – German Folk Song
13. The Cuckoo Bird Has Come – A French Folk Song
14. Sing, Nightingale – Danish Folk Song (Round)
15. The Foggy Dew – Irish Lament 1931
16. Mist Covered Mountains of Home – Scottish 1856
17. Sheep May Safely Graze – J.S.Bach 17131
18. Jo’s Vale – C. Tourin
19. Harbor Cove – C. Tourin
20. Mother Nature – Nath Hirsch (used by permission)