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Double Concerto for flute, bassoon, piano (trios: flute, bassoon, piano)

by Barry McKimm (2016)

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Work Overview

The first movement provides the overall context for the work, which for this double concerto is about sharing, discussing, agreeing, between the two soloists. Simply being together and arriving at the same place. Knowing that Isabel and Paula love working together, this is the way I thought this work should go.

The melodic line in the second movement has a slight Arabesque feel. Hence the subtitle "Zarabanda."

Mov. 3 Rondo - Allegro giocoso. Bright, brilliant, virtuosic. Always returning to the main theme after a bit of fun and free flight. This third movement is a rondo full of playfulness with plenty of opportunity to show off.

Work Details

Year: 2016

Instrumentation: Flute, bassoon, piano.

Duration: 19 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: Mov. 1. Andante/Allegro moderato -- Mov. 2. Zarabanda - Andante moderato -- Mov. 3. Rondo - Allegro giocoso.

Commission note: Composed for Duo Almira Isabel González, Paula Jimenéz, Annalisa Rolando

First performance: by Maria Eugenia Solorio, Peter Turkin, Carlos Arrendondo — 17 Jul 19. Queretaro (Mexico)


Performances of this work

17 Jul 19: Queretaro (Mexico). Featuring Maria Eugenia Solorio, Peter Turkin, Carlos Arrendondo.

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