Resounding Canon is an interesting three part round by Antonio Salieri (1750-1825), a contemporary of Mozart. It was falsely reported that he and Mozart were rivals. Likely they were at least mutually respectful of each other. In this arrangement Harp 1 and Harp 2 are easiest if played on a pedal harp. Harp 3 can be played on a lever harp as well as a pedal harp, as there are no chromatics. Performance time for Resounding Canon is two minutes.
The arrangement comes with separate copies for First Harp, Second Harp, and Third Harp and an Ensemble Copy showing the three parts together.