Suitable for oboe and viola, this title is a forum for a dialogue between the similar timbres of the viola and the oboe. The instrumental lines are not set in contrast to each other; rather, they intertwine.
- Sheet music | 8 pages
- 229 x 304 x 2mm | 51g
- 07 May 1992
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
'. . . tuneful and evocative . . . a boon to any such pair of players.' The Irish Times ' . . . Lovely lines and flexible counterpoint . . . a uniquely private piece.' ILWC Journal
About Hilary Tann
Welsh-born composer, Hilary Tann, lives near the Hudson River in upstate New York where she is the John Howard Payne Professor of Music at Union College. Her music is influenced by her childhood in the coal-mining valleys of South Wales, her strong identification with the natural world, and a deep interest in the traditional music of Japan.