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23 x 30 cm, 72 pages, with CD

Art.Nr. JP 2008
ISBN 978-3-940013-65-1
ISMN 979-0-2014-0124-9
Edition Noten mit CD

Stofferl Well

Che Guevara Landler

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Music for harp

: Harp

Stofferl (Christoph) Well has published 48 pieces of music for the harp in this volume, which he wrote down during his 45 years as a harpist.

The edition contains country dances, minuets, Zwiefache, birthday and funeral pieces, small musical vignettes, quasi utility music of all kinds for small and large harp players, from easy to difficult, from "Che Guevara Landler" to "Greensleeves" to "Open Harp Blues".

Everything can be played on the folk harp and some on the Celtic harp.

A large part of the pieces is included on a CD, recorded by Stofferl Well, as a learning aid in this edition.

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Table of contents

Che Guevara Landler

Ganz leicht


Carolan’s Harp

Aus O’Carolan’s Konzert

Erstes Vorspiel

Erster Landler



Zum Geburtstag

Das Stück vom Glück

My Wild Irish Rose

Für die Rosmarie

Terzen und Sexten

Im Dachkammerl

Boarischer vom Eimer Franz

5 vor 12

Dietramszeller Landler

Hommage an Heraklit


Boarischer aus Tirol

Aus der Bretagne

Aus Finnland

Schwedischer Landler

Kleines Menuett

Polka aus'm Zillertal


An der Lechstaustufe 23

Altenglischer Tanz

Die schöne Weis’

The Edelweiß

Salzburger Tanz

Kein Einfacher

Eine Großlappener Schuttkrähe

Im Dickicht


O mei o mei


Polka in F

Drei Weisen

Tango im 3. Stock

Tragl Weihnachtsbock-Landler

Opus 39

Frei nach Mozart

Open Harp Blues

Sei duat ’s was

Don’t ever leave me


Authors portrait

Stofferl (Christoph) Well was born in Günzlhofen in 1959, the 14th of 15 children in the Well family of teachers. At the age of three he performed in public for the first time with his parents and siblings, and at nine he received a trumpet from one of his brothers. He taught himself to play on it in order to join the family Wellbuam-Tanzlmusi. After graduating from secondary school, he studied trumpet at the Munich Academy of Music and became principal trumpet with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra at the age of 18. Due to a heart operation, he gave up this position at the age of 21 and, with a scholarship from Maestro S. Celibidache, learned to play the concert harp at the Munich Academy of Music. From the age of 17 to 52 he played in the Biermösl Blosn, after their break-up he founded the formation "Wellbrüder aus'm Biermoos" with Michael and Karl Well, who perform with Gerhard Polt, and together with the Wellküren as "Geschwister Well". He has published numerous CDs, song and music books, created a radio and a television programme for BR, makes film music, reads Mozart's famous Bäsle letters in a programme with the "Bäsle-Quartett" and is on the road as a musician from Danzig, Ebenried, Venice, Ingolstadt and Palermo to Los Angeles and Tokyo. His musical home is Bavarian folk music, whose further development and liveliness is a great concern to him.

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