Christmas Jewels


INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. A collection of traditional and medieval carols from several European countries, including some that have never before been arranged for harp. Please scroll down for more information and table of contents.

An excellent collection of traditional and medieval carols from Austria, Czechoslovakia, England, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Puerto Rico, Sicily, Spain, and the Ukraine. Included are Christmas favorites as well as pieces never before arranged for harp. These elegant arrangements are for the intermediate level player. About half of the pieces are written in the key of G; most of the others are in C; three are in B flat and two are written in the keys of F and D. Most pieces do not change key. Where key changes occur both pedal and lever harp markings are clearly indicated and some fingerings are also noted. The book contains a valuable history of the Christmas carol and song lyrics at the back. 26 pieces, 83 pages, spiral bound. Also available as a PDF download.

What is that Fragrance? ———– Traditional French

The Icy December————— Traditional Catalonian

This Endris Night*————— 15th Century English

The Twilight Is Falling———– Traditional Austrian

Masters in This Hall————– Traditional French

On Christmas Night————– Traditional English

Away in a Manger————— J.E. Clark’s Tune, “St. Kildare”

Come, Hear the Wonderful Tidings*— Traditional Bohemian-Czech

The Sleep of the Infant Jesus——- Traditional French

Only a Manger—————— Traditional Polish

In the Bleak Midwinter———— Gustav Holst

As Lately We Watched———— 19th Century Austrian

While By My Sheep*————- 19th Century German

The Holy Child (Lever Harp)*——- Traditional Puerto Rican

The Holy Child (Pedal Harp)——- Traditional Puerto Rican

Lullaby, Jesus—————— Traditional Polish

Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day- Traditional English

In Midnight’s Silence————- Traditional Polish

Silent Night——————- Franz Gruber

Shepherds Came to Bethlehem——- Traditional Polish

Once in Royal David’s City——– Henry John Gauntlett

Carol of the Bagpipers———— Traditional Sicilian

Let Us Celebrate the Birth——— 15th Century French

O Star O’er Bethlehem Shining—– Traditional Polish

Carol of the Birds*————— 16th Century French

Carol of the Bells*—————- Traditional Ukranian

Weight .9 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × .5 in