The lime tree : for violin and piano
by John Spence (2012)
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Performance by Scott Taggart, John Spence from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 37.
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The Lime Tree was composed in Leipzig during a visit to the St Thomaskirche in 2012. It was the 800th anniversary of the Thomanerchor and hearing the choir sing was a great inspiration for the piece. It was composed for a young violinist called Hannah Crinnion. it was her 10th birthday and The Lime Tree was a gift for her. The Lime Tree is a short work in three movements and also includes a children's story.
Instrumentation: Violin, piano.
Duration: 6 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Grade 6
Contents note: Arrival -- Departure -- Return.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Hannah Crinnion
The lime tree
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