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Beauty and the Beast Course

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Beauty and the Beast Course

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This song includes all the elements that make Disney music feel so magical and nostalgic – a recognisable melody with a bit of sparkle! In Christy-Lyn’s arrangement she includes the lovely jazzy chords that give this song flavour, adding in rich rolled chords and some twinkly high notes sprinkled in. And surprisingly, this is all achieved without any lever changes!

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Difficulty level & Skills required

Early-intermediate: This is one of the simpler pieces in this level, but it is still a step up from late-beginner due to the right hand melody jumping between high and lower notes and the variety of patterns in the left hand, including 4-note rolled chords.

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Big and small harps that are 26 strings or bigger. The piece can also be played on pedal harp.

Lowest note is C an octave below middle C, highest note is G two and a half octaves above middle C.

It is in the key of C major, no levers required.

Video Course with multiple lessons to learn “Beauty and the Beast” (early-intermediate).

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  1. Jane Wooten

    Terrific!

    Jane Wooten (verified owner)

    As always, the video progression in this lesson is terrific. One thing I wish had been touched on, particularly in section E, is the strategy for deciding when to place your left hand for the rolled chords. In measure 18 it’s tricky figuring out when to place so that you don’t stop the lovely ring from the rolled chord in measure 17 — but you still want to be able to get your left hand ready in time for measure 18. In the video, it looks like you are placing the left hand in measure 18 pretty much just in time to play it. And that’s how I’ve been practicing it — but it’s challenging!

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