Thanks, Carl, for reminding me about this beautiful piece! I had put it aside and had not thought about it for quite some time, then you mentioned it and I got it back out. However, I have a question–in measure four and measure seventeen, in the RH part, there is a B natural on the bottom of the chord and a B flat on top of it! Since you cannot have both at the same time on the pedal harp, I wondered how all you great harpists would solve this problem. And, just in case you are thinking that we could use an A sharp, there is already an A flat in the left hand at the same time! Could it be a misprint? Can you use B natural, roll the chord slowly and change the pedal to B flat just in time for the top note of the chord to be played? I always have just played B flats, and never noticed the B naturals before. I have the Max Eschig, Paris, edition. I look forward to hearing from you wonderful harpists!