Ravel’s Pavane (Pedal Solo)
Pedal Harp Solo. 4 Pages.
Maurice Ravel’s (1875-1937) Pavane was composed in 1899 as a piano solo, and later orchestrated for chamber ensemble. The title translates, “Pavane for a dead princess” and Ravel used this rather morbid title simply because he liked the way it “rolled off his tongue”. His vision was of a young princess dancing a Spanish pavane from days long gone. Janet played the chamber music version and wanted to play the entire work as a harp solo. This beloved work is an important addition to concert harp repertoire. Arrangements by Janet Witman.
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