Standard: Intermediate Harp Type: Lever or Pedal Harp
Feelin' groovy? Sylvia Woods' spiffy collection of 40 songs from the 1960s will inspire you to put on your embroidered bell-bottoms and wear some flowers in your hair. Some of the pieces can be played by beginning harp players, but most are at advanced beginner to intermediate levels. Fingerings, lyrics and chord symbols are included. Pieces are in C or sharp keys, and can be played on either lever or pedal harp. About half of the songs do not have any lever changes within the pieces. 96 pages, spiral-bound.
59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) - (Simon and Garfunkel)
A Groovy Kind of Love - (The Mindbenders)
A Lover's Concerto - (The Toys)
A Time for Us (What is a Youth) from "Romeo and Juliet"
The Addams Family Theme
Aquarius from "Hair"
As Tears Go By - (The Rolling Stones)
Blowin' in the Wind - (Bob Dylan, and Peter, Paul and Mary)
Bookends - (Simon and Garfunkel)
Both Sides Now - (Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins)
Can't Help Falling In Love - (Elvis)
Do You Know the Way to San Jose - (Dionn Warwick)
Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying - (Gerry and the Pacemakers)
Downtown - (Petula Clark)
End of the World - (Skeeter Davis)
Ferry Cross the Mersey - (Gerry and the Pacemakers)
Fun, Fun, Fun - (Brian Wilson, The Beach Boys)
Happy Together - (The Turtles)
The House of the Rising Sun - (The Animals, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Dave van Ronk)
I Love How You Love Me - (The Paris Sisters, Bobby Vinton)