cf. Harry Wayne McMahan, “The Television Commercial” (1954)
cf. piano photograph by Free-Photos via Pixabay (edited collage)
Frequently he held in his hand a little present that Fanny Brawne had given him — a small, oval, white carnelian. It was the only tangible thing left to remind him of their engagement; for he would still not have her letters opened. Words struck home to him too powerfully.
—Walter Jackson Bate, John Keats
Harder than you would think because of the octave shifts!
Charles Frederic Ulrich, Moment Musicale (1883)
and slworking2, Short time lapse of the harvest moon rising over a mountain – YouTube
1. Root Position:
2. Upper Structure Inversions/Voicings:
3. Alternate Bass Notes: