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Sérénade (Op. 83)
Elias Parish Alvars (1808-1849)
ed. Ann Griffiths
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Cover image Work: Single work for solo harp
Catalogue No: Adlais 038
ISMN: 979-0-57032-092-9
Edition: 2006 Archive, A4 stapled
Duration: c. 7' 15" minutes
Suitable for: Grade 8, Pedal Harp
Price:: £7.00  Go to shop
Examination: LCM ALCM in performance (2011-2015)
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Sérénade (Op. 83)

Parish Alvars spent the winter of 1843-1844 in Naples, and his impressions of the ambience and the typical sights and sounds of that vibrant Mediterranean city are reflected in the series of three pieces he composed there. The Serenade (op. 83) and the brilliant Grand Study in imitation of the Mandoline (op.84) both of which are well known and have figured in the Adlais catalogue for many years. In 2008 Adlais added the genuinely amusing Souvenir of Naples – Il Papagallo (op.85) with its witty characterisation of a pet Neapolitan parrot to the catalogue.

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