⭐️ Alumni Spotlight ⭐️
Congratulations to UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music alumnus Philip Graulty M.M. ’05 on the release of his debut solo EP, “Won’t You Help To Sing?”
Graulty’s work was created in response to the murder of George Floyd and is a collection of hymns and protest songs serving as a call to action against racial injustice. The second piece titled “Breathe” is an original composition dedicated to the memory of George Floyd.
“The suite’s title is borrowed from the chorus to Marley’s anthem,” said Graulty. “The question it poses is an invitation for us to not only sing these songs of freedom, but to embody their messages through our actions. Won’t you help to sing?”
To listen to this moving new album, click the link below.
Stream the EP on Spotify: http://www.philipgraulty.com/spotify"Won't You Help To Sing?" is a suite for solo guitar. The work was created in the summer of 202...