That's because they are derived from Yvon Rivoal's original guitar duet arrangements.sxedio wrote:The one such piece I can recommend is 'Terezinha de Jesus' from 'Chansons et danses d'Amerique Latine' by Yvon Rivoal and Catherine Garson (editions Henry Lemoine). You'll have to read from harp notation or at least be able to re-write it in guitar notation, but the arpeggios on harp 2 are surprisingly guitaristic.
Thanks Mark. There you go nmarti13, get the guitar duet arrangement for yourself and pass the harp duet arrangement to the harpist!
Originally 'for two to play upon one lute'. The player on the high frets is playing a largely monophonic part, is that assigned to the guitar, and the polyphonic low part to the harp? You can see a few bars from an attempt of mine to notate here https://www.classicalguitardelcamp.com/ ... 6#p1267795