Gallay Study No. 12

This delightfully lyrical study could comfortably pass as an aria of hope or aspiration from an opera by Donizetti. The way we breathe and control phrases will be of key importance. It is our task to reflect various changes of character in the work, through varying the sound and sympathetically knitting melodic lines together.

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