Saliva Variations

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These variations, on a theme from a Greek tomb dating from the first century AD, were written in the summer of 1966, when he was seventeen, and first performed at a symposium held by Phrontisterion, the classical society of Lancing College, Sussex. The epitaph reads: 'As long as you live, shine bright; grieve over nothing at all; life is short, time asks an end in return.' Of the seven original variations, four were reused, with one new one, on 21 June 1975 at a concert in Wolfson College, Oxford: it is these five that appear here. In 1966 the variations were entitled with the initials of members of Phrontisterion, in 1975 with those of members of Wolfson.


Score ID
13432
Composer
Year of composition
1966
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
4 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Piano)
Genre
Modern classical music
Licensing

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