With a feeling of royalty about it, Ken Nelson’s pretty melody makes a beautiful harp solo. In the key of C without lever or pedal changes, range goes to the C two octaves below middle C. It is 4 pages in length, and begins the theme with a simple chorded left hand. The theme repeats several times, each time growing richer. The left hand becomes a little more involved each variation, with an Alberti-type bass, broader chords, and the final variation is majestic with large chords and a sweeping A minor arpeggio. A very pleasing melody, Lisa’s song might very well become a requested wedding march. Andante with quarter note at 70. A good teaching piece, students will love it. The final variation with its large rolled chords might be considered upper intermediate, the rest of the piece is very playable, easily sight readable by advanced harpists.