Hello everyone. I would like to ask those of you who play harp if a passage of harp music is playable.
If any of you would like to help by taking a quick look at it, I would be grateful. If you are a harpist of some experience, you will probably be able to tell me right away. It is very fluid for both hands and a strict tempo must be maintained.
When I get a response here, I will post a link to an image of the music. Thanks.
In my opinion it should be possible to play.
I see you don't use the 'e' note until the reversion mark (or whatever that's called in English), so a lever harp player could leave the 'e' lever in its normal position.
Wha exactly do you mean by the 'flattening' mark in the last bar? It's an 'e' so it should already be flat, shouldn't it?
(as for the composition itself, I'm not experienced enough to judge its quality. But it's certainly possible to play...)
Yes, it is an Eb in the last measure. I just want to make sure that the pedaling switch from E to Eb (or the switch from Eb to E if this would repeat) is possible.
It is not really a composition itself, just a small excerpt. For confidentiality reasons I can only show a small amount. This is the most difficult harp passage in the composition. (I know that it doesn't make much musical sense by itself.)