Silver Halide (Remembrance)

Clock Train Station Liverpool

88x31A note about posting original music: From time to time, I incorporate music I’ve composed in my video posts. If any readers want to utilize this music for their own projects (i.e., in a video), I approve it under the Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. Drop me a line to let me know if you do use anything as I appreciate knowing. Thanks!


Silver Halide is a song of remembrance. The beginning and verse sections are higher and airy in a way representing youth and innocence. In contrast, the chorus stays low on the neck with a pedal point that anchors the chord passage — a metaphor for time, age, and experience. I named the piece Silver Halide for the light-sensitive chemical that creates photographic prints — a medium that allows us to remember.


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