This piece can be played on a lever or pedal harp. Listen for the hidden musical ideas in this piece representing children playing and laughing … having a carefree day. Nothing seems to get in the way of children at play. A child’s sense of time is in the moment. Listen for the joyful sounds throughout this piece.
This is advanced intermediate level harp part and has only 4 lever changes. Notes in ( ) are optional.
A contemporary spin on an old school exercise, Bochsa-inspired finger slides and glissandi remind us to have child-like fun with the idea of exercising. Sdrucciolando! (meaning “slippery and sliding”) This piece is a good study to improve slide technique.
Optional wind chime cues add a bit of whimsy to this piece. Imagine children playing at a park.
Consists of duet parts for harp1 and harp2 – lever or pedal, and the solo part, lever or pedal.