by Anthony Ritchie, for solo harp, Opus 213

Anima translates as soul or inner life. Our personalities can be informed by this inner life, but much can also remain hidden. In this composition, the suggestive sounds of the harp release the anima or soul from its melancholy - slowly at first, but then in a more animated manner in the latter part of the piece. In the final section the music returns to the introverted beginning once more.

This piece is for Pedal Harp.

Can be purchased from NZ Harp Society