Shoro was composed for Eira Lynn Jones, and was originally entitled Concert Study. It was given the name Shoro, signifying a Japanese bell-tower, because of the modified pentatonic scale on which the piece is written, which evokes a Japanese atmosphere, and because of the bell-like character of both the Moderato and the Allegro ritmico sections.
The harp part includes markings for suggested pedalling and fingering.
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