Another favorite among my students, this piece incorporates harmonics, PDLT with and without nails (to emulate the sound of the koto), and a running triplet pattern for the second verse. A great opportunity to work on special effects and create a show-stopper piece for the early intermediate player.
Playable on therapy harp; lowest note, E below middle C (easy to alter to fit the smallest lap harp). Key of Am (C); no lever changes or fingerings; two pages.
Listen to Moon Over the Ruined Castle (software-generated mp3--harmonics and pdlt do not sound)