For Clarinet, Bassoon & Piano
By Stephen Brown
The title of this work comes from a poem by Philip Larkin:
Now, watching the red east expand,
The melody should sound suitably wistful. Then, after a rhythmic, ostinato-based interlude, the second theme is a big romantic tune for the bassoon, to give that instrument the (all-too-rare) opportunity to show off its lyrical strength.
Includes optional parts for Clarinet in A and Clarinet in Bb
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