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Harmony

Harmony

By Georgiann Baldino


What Others are Saying: “I love this story. It has so many levels.” Ruan Wright, Naperville Writers Group


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The characters and events in this book are fictional. Any resemblance to persons, either living or dead is unintended and strictly a coincidence.

Harmony

By Georgiann Baldino


Composition lessons at Madame Fattora’s frightened Aubrey. Her house frightened him, and so did she. When Fattora stuck her face near his, Aubrey gagged. She looked like a dried up mummy wearing rouge. The morning of the very first lesson she lined him up in her sights, aimed her bloodshot stare, and Aubrey couldn’t perform. When she lurched forward to prompt him, he lost the ability to think.

His favorite teacher, Professor Elleazy, wasn’t around to advise him. Mother had fired him. Elleazy had been Aubrey’s third repertoire teacher. He was not the best instructor, but at least he understood about being timid. Elleazy always spoke softly. The times Aubrey couldn’t play a piece well, Professor Elleazy let him try something else. Aubrey begged her to keep Elleazy, but she wouldn’t hear of it. He gave in too often, and Mother sacked him.

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