Hallelujah (late-beginner) Sheet Music


This is such a well-known song that brings a lot of emotion to audiences. The atmosphere of the piece really suits the harp, and this arrangement feels really good to play too! It was carefully arranged so that it sounds varied and impressive, but is not difficult to play.

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Level: Late-Beginner. It consists of a simplified melody in the right hand with broken-chord accompaniment in the left hand.  The right hand includes some 2-note chords but much repetition of sections makes the piece easier to learn. All 4 fingers are used and there are some overlapping brackets.

Type of harp:  22 string harp (C to C) and anything larger.


Range: Lowest note is C, an octave below middle C. Highest note is C, two octaves above middle C.

Levers: The piece is in the key of C major. No levers are needed.

Product: PDF Download of 4 pages. Fingering and bracketing is indicated.

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