Hebron, MD Harpist, actress, radio host
- This is a fascinating work developed exclusively for celtic/lever harp. (Each octave has different keys, something unique about celtic harp.) This is a modern work that requires a little research in addition to the rehearsal. The tonality is eastern influenced, and low intermediate in playing level, but performance should incorporate the research, which takes it to another level.
- There are some playing notations that are unique and not explained (most notations are explained), this composer seems to have his own notation style. This is not a piece for everyone; aside from being in the somewhat dissonant, modern music style, a good performance would require that you research the chemical dye colors which are referenced. The music reflects chemical aspects and knowing this would help in interpretation.
Published on: 22 July 2015