Revised March of 2010, we think this version is a little easier to read, and some of the notes are spread out a bit more for ease on the eyes. Notes have not been changed. The great thing about the new edition is that it contains an eighth interlude found in Mrs. Semman’s files after her passing. Some people have told us that Number Eight is the loveliest of all.
Eight original compositions for harp, all two pages in length. Barbara said: The pieces in this collection are a representation of the various moods and colors of daily experiences, which inserted in the fabric of gifts and challenges, weave together the essence of life itself. 1 in F in ¾. 2 in Bb, 6/8 rhythm. 3 in 4, key of G minor, 4 in ¾, key of Bb, 5 key of G minor, in 4, 6 in G major, mostly single notes with some parallel 3rds. 7 in G minor-ish. LOWER INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.