Conversations in trees at dawn - for two violins

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Conversations in trees at dawn - for two violins

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PDF of sheet music with program notes (A4 page size)

SCORE ONLY: parts sold separately

Duration: 5 minutes

Music is 7 pages long.

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Performance Directions

  • The music should convey a feeling of joy and celebration.

  • Grace notes should be played fast.

  • “+” = Left Hand Pizz.

  • Figure D bar 46 to the end requires a steady and metronomic rhythm to ensure that the two violin parts fit together correctly. It should be played fast, but not so fast that it loses its steady pulse.

Precise Instrumentation

Violin I, Violin II

Program Note

Conversations in trees at dawn, depicts the morning song of two birds. As the birds slowly wake and begin their song, they sing in harmony to complement each other, but they also sing to compete with each other and to show off their talent.

Performance Information

Conversations in trees at dawn was first performed by Marianne Rothschild and Helen Bower in ‘An Afternoon at St Linus – Winter Edition’, at St Linus Church, North Coburg, on the 17th of July 2016.