I’m preparing the score for a symphony I just completed, and discussions with a conductor brought up the consideration that I should try, if I can, to show in the score how to break up large rolled (8 notes over 3 octaves) chords between left and right hands. As a non-harpist, I feel that it might be presumptuous to do so, as more likely, an experienced harpist would know better, and perhaps, more importantly, different performers might have a different opinion on fingering. As a pianist, I know it is often helpful when seeing a score already laid out such that it makes sense, with less deciphering and makes for simpler readability. Should I consult a harpist then to advise about the part such that it can be properly written into the score?
Luis Andrei Cobo