Violin II part from Opus 7 Interlude for String Orchestra

page one of the Violin II part from Opus 7 Interlude for String Orchestra

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Full details

This is an up-dated, improved version of the original score, and the first word of the original title has been replaced with 'Interlude'. I have sub-titled this piece ��from little acorns�oak trees grow��. It develops mainly from the opening 16 bars and intensifies, with breathers here and there, to result in a joyous conclusion. As well as standard terms concerning speed, mood etc., comments appear in the score: bar 92 � decidedly with determination, bar 135 � a solution is in sight, bar 147 � is the solution questionable?, bar 158 � doubt arising�think it through, bar 175 � a light shines out the truth�!, bar 189 � alleluia�!, bar 201 joyously, bar 243 � a bright future beckons�.grasp it! Bar 271 � stride forward with confidence into the future�.!, bar 289 � with joy in your heart you will succeed�!


Duration
10 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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