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Elana Wolff on Unloading the Soul

Elana Wolff spoke with H.L. Hix about her book, Startled Night, and the process of unloading the soul.

“I needed a way to unload the soul, channel the angst. Musical composition allowed me to create through melody and mood, without words. The wordlessness meant everything. But I’m a poor pianist, and could hardly play the pieces I composed. They were more of a preparation than an actual practice.”

Read the full interview HERE.

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