A challenging yet moving arrangement of Rachmaninoff’s Prelude 4, Opus 23. It begins with a simple melody accompanied by low arpeggios, then moves on to a variation of the first melody with a duplet-on-triplet accompaniment pattern. There is a climactic mid-point with many accidentals (lever harp part has fewer). The ending picks up the melody again and finishes poignantly. Harp 2 and the lever harp part are accompaniment while Harp 1 is melody.