The Serenade by Henri Duparc (1848-1933) is one of his youthful Op. 2 mélodies, published in 1870, which he later sought to suppress. This wonderful little jewel was written originally in G for medium voice and piano (in 1869), but sounds even more effective with the tone of the harp. In her work with singers, D. Piana returned many times to the piano accompaniment, as some passages needed to be rewritten enharmonically to make them work on the harp, and huge left hand leaps were crying for new solutions, with substitution of hands to keep the flow going.
A version for high voice can be requested personally.