Pastoral And Harlequinade (flute; Oboe And Piano) by : Pierrick Houdy
“Pastoral and Harlequinade for Woodwind trio of Flute; Oboe and Piano was written by Eugène Goossens. Difficult to play; it is divided into two distinct pieces: the Pastoral (Andante con motto) and the Harlequinade (Allegro). The Piano; which starts the Pastoral on its own during six measures; is joined by the Flute and followed seven measures later by the Oboe. This first is quite slow; with sounds reminiscent of the countryside. To the contrary; the Harlequinade begins with the Flute and Oboe which are then followed by the Piano. More cheerful from the beginning; it features a dialogue between the Flute; the Oboe and the Piano. These very lyrical pieces are a delight to play and to listen to and should definitely be programed for a recital. Eugène Goossens was an English composer renowned by his peers; who also worked for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. He was knighted in 1955.”
| Length x Width ||12 x 9 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.22 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL48182083|
| 1st Publication Date||05/2018|
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