Scarborough Fair Sheet Music


This English folk song is one that just seems to suit the harp so well. Something about this melody just feels like it’s MEANT for the harp, don’t you think? It’s a really great tune to add to your repertoire, and this arrangement is quite simple to play.

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Level: Late-Beginner. It has a simplified melody in the right hand and left hand accompaniment which has a maximum of two notes per measure. Overlapping brackets are included, but only fingers 1, 2 and 3 are used.

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 A, an octave and a half above middle C.

Levers: The piece is in the key of A minor. No levers are needed.

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


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