A Song of the Promises of God was written for a 23 string harp, but it can be played on any size harp with levers on F, C and G. It is appropriate for funerals, memorial services or worship. It was originally performed as an organ/oboe duet at the memorial service of Rev. Alfred L Perkins (father of the composers/arrangers: Barbara Wright and Marilyn Biery). Verses were suggested by Dorothy Perkins. 4 pages in length, easy to play, very gratifying and well received. Vocal part is for mezzo soprano with highest note the E which is an octave and a third above middle C.