The range of the LH goes to the D which is almost 2 octaves below middle C. The LH accompaniment is mostly root fifth root in various combinations of broken chords and rolled block chords. The RH is generally one note at a time with some parallel thirds and a few first inversion G chords. There is a lovely minor section at the top of the third page. The sound sample starts there. In short, a very pleasant melody to be enjoyed by both player and listener, appropriate for many settings.
Key of G, 3 pages. Can be played on a 26-string harp going to C.