Promenade : for violin, cello, piano
by David Stanhope (2001)
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Very tuneful piece - as if wandering through a park at an easy pace, occasionally stopping to look at flowers, a statue or other points of interest. A more serious trio section in the middle, somewhat reminiscent of Grieg. Could be an encore at the end of a recital.
Instrumentation: Piano, violin, cello.
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Some double stops for strings
The composer notes:
Versions of this piece for Concert Band and orchestra are included in the "Petite Suite Française". The style of "Promenade" is reminiscent of late French romanticism, especially Poulenc.
Performances of this work
21 Jun 2015: at AdYO Grandparents' Concert (Concordia College Chapel).
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