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The fleeting days of youth all too quickly pass and leave a bittersweet longing in their wake. The opening of this piece features a playful, spirited melody whose counterpoint in the violin and the left hand of the piano leads into a dense texture of two simultaneous different time signatures. Just as the rhythms are at their most complex, the piece grinds to a halt. September has ended. The piano, alone now, reflects on the passing of that last month of beautiful summer weather. As the violin re-enters, the rhythms become more syncopated in an attempt to mimic the opening section's complexities in a new setting as one might reminisce about summer and try to regain those moments but ultimately fail.
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