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This easy arrangement for lever harp is suitable as a study or a concert piece. Vladimir Rebikov (1866-1920) was a Russian composer who was one of the most modern members of the Russian school. This piece demonstrates his tendency to minimalism (generations before the term was coined) and his use of unresolved seventh chords, before the French Impressionists "discovered" them. May be played on lever harp with a single lever setting, or on a diatonic harp by transposing up a fourth.
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