Greensleeves Sheet Music


Greensleeves is a traditional English melody that people associate with the Renaissance. It creates a haunting atmosphere…some pieces just sound really old, and this is one of them! This arrangement is the simplest possible version with a left hand part, so you can play it even if you’ve recently started playing the harp.
NOTE: This is the exact same arrangement as What Child is This.

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NOTE: This is the exact same arrangement as What Child is This, no need to buy both!





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Level: Mid-Beginner. It consists of a simple melody in the right hand and slow, single-note accompaniment in the left hand. All 4 fingers are used and simple brackets are included.

Type of harp: 20 string harp (E to G) and anything bigger. G to G 22 string harps will not reach the bottom notes.


Range: Lowest note is E, less than an octave below middle C. Highest note is G, an octave and a half above middle C.

Levers: The piece is in the key of A minor (no levers needed). No pedal or lever changes are included.

Product: PDF Download of 2 pages. Fingering and bracketing is indicated.

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