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Notes from the Composer:
Willow Weeping in the Wind was written as a challenging étude for a talented student who was going through a tumultuous time in her life. I have used this piece extensively with students through the years. It makes an engaging warmup. The mood swings between major and minor, with an underlying relentless rhythmic urgency. Written for the 36-string folk harp, this piece features jumping and overlapping hands, where the left hand encompasses what the right hand is doing. There is some étouffée muffling in the left thumb at once point. No lever changes; all in the key of C.