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|Concerto for Violin and Piano
|The Concerto for Violin was written in two versions--piano and orchestra--and completed in 1994. “Patterns I” and “Patterns II” are counterparts of each other and are based upon contrasting musical ideas organized within a tight framework. Free slow sections alternate with fast rhythmic ones leading to frenzied endings. “Idyll” is based on a three note figure which first appears at the beginning of the solo violin. This figure is transformed throughout the composition into several rhythmic and melodic ideas and in various tonal centers.
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|Concerto for Violin and Piano Score And Parts.pdf
|Concerto for Violin and Piano Score.pdf
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