EQUAL NIGHT is an evocative late intermediate harp solo that fits the mood as summer moves into fall. It requires sweeping left hand patterns, expressive phrasing and an ear for voicing the left hand melody line.
The Fall Equinox marks the beginning of Fall, when day and night are nearly equal. I wrote this piece on September 22, 2016. The opening section reflects the warmth and longing for summer, while the middle section adds a chill and feeling of darkness.
"Equal Night" is available to learn with my Video Course. You get 90 minutes of focused instruction to help you choose fingering, finesse counting, understand the patterns and form and deep dive into the technical challenges. I invite your to check out my Video Courses at Podia to learn more.
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