“Autumn Reverie” – Lush downward chords begin this piece which includes many different rhythms throughout, from whole notes to triplets. This would be a very good piece for a student to work on meter changes, as a few meter changes are included but they are not difficult. A very good one for harpists to sight read at a gig, or at church.
“Spring Morn” – The left hand is a little tricky rhythmically to start with, but once you get the hang of it, it will be quite smooth. Nice compositional structure with varied rhythms.
The recording of “Autumn Reverie,” from Two Watercolors, is by Alyssa Reit.