Isobel Mieras

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Isobel Mieras
Born and educated in Edinburgh, Isobel Mieras is one of Scotland’s best-known players and teachers of the clarsach. Through her work over many years for Clarsach Society, she is proud to have helped to promote and foster the recent enthusiastic revival of interest in the Scottish harp. She teaches in schools and at courses throughout the United Kingdom, and has appeared in concerts throughout the world.

Sheet Music

A harper's pleasureA harper's pleasure Ref: SM076
A collection of arrangements of traditional Scottish melodies and original compositions for the small harp by Isobel Mieras

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Price: 10.00




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Tunes to TreasureTunes to Treasure Ref: SM125
10 tunes for the small harp composed or arranged by Isobel Mieras

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Price: 8.00




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More Tunes to TreasureMore Tunes to Treasure Ref: SM126
12 tunes for the small harp composed or arranged by Isobel Mieras

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Singing StringsSinging Strings Ref: SM074
12 simple tunes for the small harp composed or arranged by Isobel Mieras

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The Wind that shakes the BarleyThe Wind that shakes the Barley Ref: SM075
12 Scottish tunes for the small harp composed or arranged by Isobel Mieras

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Tunes to Share Book 1Tunes to Share Book 1 Ref: SM558
A collection of Traditional and Scottish melodies arranged for two small harps by Isobel Mieras

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Price: 9.99




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Tunes to Share Book 2Tunes to Share Book 2 Ref: SM559
A collection of Traditional and Scottish melodies arranged for two small harps by Isobel Mieras

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Tunes to Share Book 3Tunes to Share Book 3 Ref: SM560
A collection of Traditional, Scottish, Irish & Gaelic melodies arranged for two small harps by Isobel Mieras

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The Megget ValleyThe Megget Valley Ref: SM561
a suite for lever harps
The Suite was first performed at the Edinburgh International Harp Festival in 2010 and subsequently the same year at the Edinburgh International Festival Fringe.

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Related products:
1. The Megget Valley (Ref: A0536)
Golden Jubilee CollectionGolden Jubilee Collection Ref: SM0483
1947 - 1997 (2nd Edition)
Mixed Ability Level
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100+ in stock

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Price: 12.00




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Esme's Adventure - The Girl with the Purple HarpEsme's Adventure - The Girl with the Purple Harp Ref: SM0490
Mixed Ability Level
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This collection of harp tunes was inspired by a young harp player Esme Morris Macintyre from Kinnesswood, Scotland. Esme died aged 18 in July 2013 after first being diagnosed with a brain tumour when she was aged only 11. She wrote a searingly honest account of the challenges she faced through her Facebook page and she worked tirelessly to raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

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Recordings

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Online Catalogue | HARP SHEET MUSIC |  Isobel Mieras

In light of the UK Prime Minister Statement made at 8.30pm on Monday 23 March 2020 and given the fact that I do not have my post collected but always take it to the Post Office in person I feel that the only responsible action I can take is to temporarily suspend sales from my online shop. I run Creighton's Collection on my own from my home and this is the first time since I started Creighton's Collection in 2003 that it has shut. I will open again as soon as I can and apologise for any inconvenience this temporary closure may cause.