It’s for symphonic wind ensemble. It’s written more like a piano part to accompany the singers during rehearsal, which we don’t have anyway since it’s an instrumental arrangement. It’s all left/right, bass/chord, oom/pah. The left hand doubles the low brass and winds so and the right is almost all block chords in the first line of the clef on off beats.
I just completed making an arrangement for harp of the Sinfonia from Bach’s “Weihnachts-Oratorium.” It turned out great! I hope to make a You-Tube of it and post it soon. It’s based off of a reduction for organ I found on-line.
Kay, that is so true. Mildred Dilling, First Lady of the Harp (In the full page photo in Musical America magazine many years ago) said, in a workshop I took with her in 1978: Don’t drop your pieces. She had just