MUSIC, WHEN SOFT VOICES DIE was inspired by the 1821 poem, "To--" by Percy Bysshe Shelley. The piece was originally released in the 2017 collection, Remembrance. It has since been revised as a single solo to include expressive phrase markings, improved layout and courtesy fingering.
This late intermediate solo is in the key of C minor (B flat, E flat, A flat) and requires lever changes with the middle E lever. Explore the full range of your floor harp with rich, powerful chords. The right hand showcases an expressive melody paired with nimble fingerwork and light ornamentation. Watch for changing meter signature and left hand harmonics.
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