A few notes were left by the arranger concerning this piece: “Parts I, II and V can be played as a solo. The fingering in Part III is suitable for lever harpists allowing them to change levers. Pedal harpists may find another fingering more suitable for their needs.” This piece is in the key of G with little or no accidentals for Harp I. Harp II contains a few accidentals but allowing plenty of time for the lever changes. Harp III includes more of the upper register of the harp and includes even more lever changes than Harp II. Harp IV, as stated before, can be played as a solo and contains 7 lever changes. Harp V contains 7 lever changes as well but also includes large, rich chords in both left and right hand. This ensemble piece ranges from lower to middle intermediate.