This is for “Zdes’ Khorosho.” I have no idea how doable this is yet — probably not at all for someone at my level. Lots of rolls in the right hand, which I’m not that good at. And I’ve managed to get rid of all but the most stubborn level flips, which should be manageable if not easy. It should be easier to do this for lever harp and soprano instrument; since the melody would be taken up by the flute, oboe, viola/in, voice, or whatever, that would give a harpist a little less to do and hence a little more elbow room.
Anyway, I will see what I can do with this over the weekend. When it comes to harp, my eyes are always bigger than my
stomach technique. I’m playing it for the most part with mostly flat chords, but a good harpist would probably want to roll them to within an inch of their lives. This is late Romantic schmaltz, here.