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This romantic arrangement of Ed Sheeran’s love song is such fun to play! It includes a beautiful glissando, and it fits really well under the fingers while giving a lovely full sound.

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Difficulty level & Skills required

Mid-intermediate: The right hand includes the melody and two-note chords to make it sound fuller. The left hand is mostly broken chords which sometimes move quickly. It includes a glissando and rolled chords, most with two notes in the right hand and three in the left. There are long overlapping brackets, particularly in the left hand.

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33 string harp (C to G) and anything larger

Lowest note is G, an octave and a half below middle C. Highest note is D, three octaves and a note above middle C

The piece is in the key of G Major (F# levers set). No pedal or lever changes are included

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  1. Karen Hiscott

    The prettiest arrangement of this song!

    Karen Hiscott (verified owner)

    This wasn’t a song I ever wished to be able to play, but I just finished learning it and it is so beautiful. The step-by-step teaching method and Christy-Lyn’s consistently positive and encouraging comments are once again highlighted in this arrangement. It flows beautifully and is a wonderful addition to anyone’s repertoire.

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