Jukebox for Solo HarpRead Now
Introducing a major new work for solo harp, inspired by the retro vinyl Jukebox...
The 1950's were the heyday of the vinyl record jukebox, and this new 14-minute work for Solo Harp mirrors the concept of the jukebox, playing short 'singles' that vary in style & feel.
Jukebox was composed by Andy Scott for harpist Sioned Williams.
Enjoy the full, premiere performance above by harpists Sioned Williams, Keziah Thomas, Lauren Scott, Alex Rider, Elizabeth Bass & Eleanor Turner, with each harpist playing one movement of this six-movement work: RPM, Jump, Vinyl, Groove, Stylus & Turntable.
Harpist Sioned Williams spoke to HarpColumn prior to Jukebox's online premiere in May 2021. Commissioned for her 60th birthday, Sioned worked with Andy to create a piece reminiscent of her teenage years and “jukeboxes were popping up everywhere, bringing color and fun.”
Learn more about the piece & its background by clicking here
Jukebox is "great fun and worth the many hours of practice"
The sheet music for Jukebox is available as a PDF download at Harp Column Music here
Find out more about this unique, challenging and fun multi-movement work for solo harp & view the hard copy version on our website here
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