“Playing warm tones of yellow can create a sunny disposition.”
Pure yellow, the most cheering of all colors, represents creativity and playfulness, while more subtle hues promote feelings of harmony and well-being.
This piece can be played on a pedal or lever harp and has an A and B version. The A version has a simple melody line and left hand patterns. B version is a bit more advanced version including more harmonies and specific left hand techniques including slap bass and a staccato style with more of a calypso feel. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.
Harpists Tammy Naze of Algoma and Cheryl Murphy of Green Bay have blended a fusion of Celtic, Classical, and Christian styles into Watercolor Harps. This labor of love and friendship, inspired by the sights and sounds of living near the shores of Lake Michigan and Green Bay, is something they hope splashes its way onto your list of favorites.
Hear it on CD Baby http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/watercolorharps2