Linda has captured the Latin flavor of this Mexican beach town in her original tune by using Latin rhythms. Written for 1, 2, 3, or 4 harps, but Harp 1 can also be a solo. The triplets, PDLT and Latin rhythms all come together for a great sound. The solo harp version is simple, and with the added parts, the ensemble begins to sound very full, even though the parts are easy. Written in the key of A minor with a few lever changes (G#’s). Spiral bound score with four pullout parts.
Harp 4 is very easy and can be played with one hand on a lap harp.
Harp 3 requires a full range lever harp (or pedal harp), and contains rhythm only with some chords. Advanced beginner to lower intermediate level.
Harp 2 requires a full range lever harp (or pedal harp), and contains both rhythm and melody. Intermediate level.
Harp 1 is very similar to harp 2 but has more melody and chordings. Can be played as a solo. Intermediate level.