Note from the composer
Evergreen has several meter and pedal changes. Lowest note is F three octaves below middle C, highest is B two octaves above middle C.
Trista Hill performs Evergreen.
Trista Hill’s Evergreen is for solo pedal harp. Hill says she wrote this piece “as a practice of allowing for space and resonance – less notes, more breathing in both the player and the music. It is also about the experience of walking through the mountain forests of the western United States. Slow quiet moments of breathing deep and taking it all in, followed by dizzying joy in dappled light, the scent of pine and earth, and the sound of the wind through the trees—calming, invigorating, restorative.” Included with this product is the original cover art, composition notes, sheet music, and a page of blank staff paper.
This piece is a PDF download for $8.00.
Pages to print: 9 pgs.