It certainly is the sound of the harp, which defines the character and personality of Vollenweider's music most effectively. Never before has this instrument been used in such a context, never before has a broad international audience showed such an interest in contemporary harp music. It was simultaneously featured No. 1 during weeks in the Billboard charts in the categories of Jazz, Classic, Pop and Crossover. It was decorated with the worlds most important achievements, including the Grammy Award. Audiences frequented the worlds most prestigious concerts halls, such as the Carnegie Hall/NYC or Radio City Music Hall/NYC… To this day, this music has remained unique and incomparable. But what makes this music and sound so special?