Harry appears steadfast to me.He would never intentionally give himself over to the dark side. His horror after performing 'sectumsempra' shows that. He might pretend to go over, act, plot, whatever , to deceive outsiders' eyes, but I'm afraid I don't see his morals shifting even to save someone, say Ginny. He has suffered a lot due to the other side - lost his parents, his godfather, so many close people. He has endured sadness, guilt, loneliness, lack of love because of them. There seems to be no reason for Harry to get a political tint in his character all of a sudden.I don't know if this question has been asked or not, but do you think there is any way in the world that Harry could turn over to the other side? I know he has high moral standards, but would he do it if he thought he was saving someone by switching, or are those morals too high to allow that?
I'm afraid I have to agree with Anna - it does sound OOC to me because Harry doesn't seem to me the type to intentionally display his singing abilities. He seems to be awkward just while speaking in public - during the first DA meeting, for instance.Does anyone think that Harry might have the ability to sing? In a fic I'm working on I have him being musically gifted along with his family on his mother's side. Is it OOC or is it a possibility?
The idea of handing him a completely new musical instrument and telling him his mother played on it sounds good, however, because I believe that though he might have inherited Lily's voice, he needn't necessarily have the inclination to sing. Right from childhood, he's been shunned, and I don't think such children could ever 'inherit' natural talents. It would have been a different story if Lily had been alive and Harry had got to listen to her singing right from childhood.
You might, however, have him sing in private, I think... because even people with the worst of voices (*coughmecough*) get away with bathroom singing..