Where’er You Walk from Handel’s Semele, a baroque opera based on a Greek myth, was written in 1743. The song became widely acclaimed, was adapted as a Victorian parlor ballad, and was later made famous by Kathleen Ferrier, an English contralto who achieved international reputation in concerts and recordings. In this arrangement Harp 1 is best on a pedal harp, but Harp 2 and Harp 3 can be played on a lever harp as well as a pedal harp. Performance time for Where’er You Walk is about four minutes.
The arrangement comes with separate copies for First Harp, Second Harp, and Third Harp and an Ensemble Copy showing the three parts together.