In Traveling the World, Harp 1, Harp 2, and Harp 3 are best played by pedal harps. Harp 4 can be played by a lever harp with the base tuning of B-flat (two flats) or a pedal harp. In the Harp 4 part, it is necessary to have an A-sharp set to match the B-flat and a D-sharp set to match the E-flat for the glissandos; and once those levers or pedals are set, there are no changes, even though there are key changes. Traveling the World is interesting and takes us musically to different places. Performance time is three and a half minutes.
The arrangement comes with separate copies for First Harp, Second Harp, Third Harp, and Fourth Harp and an Ensemble Copy showing the four parts together.