After a bit of my newbie amateur noodling, I think this is actually playable:
Zdes’ Khorosho — “How Peaceful Here”
Rachmaninoff, Op. 21 No. 7
It’s a really, really pretty piece of music written for voice and piano. I wrote it to be playable on a lever harp although there are two absolutely unavoidable and irritating lever flips in it. On a pedal harp, it could be much more lush; there’s some places where I’d like to have a super-low Bb and a few others where the C#7 needs an E# and I had to leave it out to keep things from getting out of hand.
Nevertheless, please let me know how this looks to you, and if you’d like to upload audio or video so I can hear you play it, I’d love that as well.
If you’d like to hear it, here’s a really nice version with trumpet and orchestra.
Anyway, let me know what you think!
You’ll note that the dynamics are a little … thin. 🙂 You should get a good idea from listening to that video how it’s supposed to go.