Baker’s Song

What do you do if you are a passionate sourdough baker, singer and harpist? You write a song about bread! Here is a lovely nostalgic folk style song to be sung ‘proudly.’ Written in the key of C and requires only one lever change with optional bowed drone effect. The accompaniment can be played on lever harp or piano and chords have been included for guitar and improvisation. A song is a celebration of bread and the process!

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Baker’s Song by Sharon Elizabeth

Lever harp/piano/guitar and voice. Digital PDF to be sent via email Key of C


Included in this lever harp book is “Tibby Telor” composed by Sharon Elizabeth

Telor is the Welsh name for the warbler bird, and is also the name of a lever harp made in Wales by Teifi Harps. Sharon Elizabeth is Paul Lewis’s wife and plays a Telor. The day the harp arrived she named it Tibby and composed this charming piece in ancient style to welcome him to his new home. Hints of warbling can occasionally be heard!

Tibby Telor is in the current Trinity College London harp (non-pedal) syllabus Grade 3

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Included in this lever harp book is Skylark Lullaby composed by Sharon Elizabeth and lovingly arranged by Paul Lewis

Having moved to New Zealand, Sharon Elizabeth was surprised one day to hear a lark. Realising how much she missed home she wrote Skylark Lullaby. When Sharon and Paul Lewis met they discovered that as youngsters they both used to lie in the grass listening to skylarks singing above the Sussex Downs, so it was with love that Paul made this harp arrangement of the song for Sharon to play. The skylark has been a source of wonder since time immemorial, hanging motionless in the air while it sings. Its voice is always the first to usher in the dawn chorus.

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