This seems to be my season for prevailing on the kindness of the online harp community.
It’s in the “sortable list,” and when you click on it, it goes here.
I’ll paste it again and see if it links to it.
I think you mean this: http://erato.uvt.nl/files/imglnks/usimg/6/6e/IMSLP37724-PMLP11274-Debussy-Printemps.Harp.pdf
Unless you are speaking of another piece, or version thereof, this is a piece for choir, piano solo
This is the link to an mp3 file of the piece:
Salut printemps, jeune saison (1882)Debussy, Claude (1862-1918) [France]Text: Ségur, Anatole de (-) [France]Publisher: Paris: France: Choudens ( ©1994)Ref.: 17090 ; 10 p.Editor or author of the restoration: Gaillard, Marius FrançoisType of choir: SSA (3 + 1 soloist ( Soprano (1)) women or boy choir or children voices) + Orchestra or harp or Piano (1 instrumental part)Instruments: Harp (1) or Piano (1)Genre – Style – Musical FORM: Secular; ChoirTonality: A majorType of score: Piano-vocal scorePage of the score: http://musicanet.org/images/00/00082.gif Duration: 4 min.Difficulty for the choir (increases from 1 to 5): 4Difficulty for the conductor (increases from A to E): DText in French
Publication Details:Compo: DEBUSSY, Claude (1862-1918)Title: Salut Printemps.Instrumentation SA; 2+pic.2.2.2/3100/2hp/strPub:
Wow. Another harp work by Debussy! Just goes to show how unreliable Wikipedia is, it didn’t have it listed, or was it IMSLP I looked at? Same difference.