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Can't Help Falling in Love (Late-Intermediate) Sheet Music

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This piece takes a bit more practice, but it’s really worth it for the wow factor! It has a lovely glissando leading up to the climax of the piece… a moment of drama! The left hand has lovely broken chords which give it that steady accompaniment that we’re used to hearing from Elvis’ recordings.

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Difficulty level & Skills required

Late-Intermediate: There are quick-moving notes and two-note chords interspersed in the right hand to make a full sound. The left hand includes 4-2-1 patterns. There are rolled chords with three notes in each hand. It includes a glissando, complex overlapping brackets and four lever changes (planned so that you can change them when the left hand is free)

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33 string harp (C to G) and anything larger

Lowest note is D, just less than two octaves below middle C. Highest note is F, two and a bit octaves middle C

The piece is in the key of D major (F and C levers set). 4 lever changes are included (G#)

PDF Download of 4 pages. Fingering and bracketing is indicated

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  1. Heather


    Love this arrangement. It is so well thought out with the fingering and bracketing. It is a joy to learn and play. Thank you Christy Lyn for providing these arrangements that have renewed my love of harp playing. I am playing for a wedding in September and will use this piece.

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