• Pablo Ziffer

Eric Whitacre "Sleep" - Análisis Armónico [Harmonic Analysis] + Partitura Piano / [Transcription]


Análisis:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1a5p6JpypW0o6Fqfm8idaHEM5vah0k1Sr/view?usp=sharing



Partitura Piano:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/10lO8i1uLaw8e-9lpz5pZVCK-LnY3m8X7/view?usp=sharing


VOCES8 performs 'Sleep' by Eric Whitacre in St Stephen Walbrook Church in London.

The evening hangs beneath the moon,

A silver thread on darkened dune.

With closing eyes and resting head

I know that sleep is coming soon.


Upon my pillow, safe in bed,

A thousand pictures fill my head.

I cannot sleep, my mind’s a-flight;

And yet my limbs seem made of lead.


If there are noises in the night,

A frightening shadow, flickering light,

Then I surrender unto sleep,

Where clouds of dream give second sight,


What dreams may come, both dark and deep,

Of flying wings and soaring leap

As I surrender unto sleep,

As I surrender unto sleep.


(Charles Anthony Silvestri)



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