"I'm Nobody! Who are you? The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson:" A visit to the Morgan Library & Museum

MUSICIANS wrestle everywhere: 

All day, among the crowded air,
  I hear the silver strife; 
And—waking long before the dawn— 
Such transport breaks upon the town
  I think it that “new life!”

Just as poet Emily Dickinson was a student of voice and piano, so is composer Gordon Getty a student of poetry and prose. 

Getty recently visited the Morgan Library & Museum's special exhibit on Emily Dickinson, which explores Dickinson's writings, drafts, photographs, daguerreotypes, illustrations, and more.