Little Concerto for Strings


by Jonathan Harvey

string orchestra
String Orchestra
First Performance
14.3.98, Imperial College, London: Sinfonia 21/Martyn Brabbins

Score 0-571-56757-6 on sale (Faberprint), parts for hire

Programme Notes
Little Concerto for Strings was written in 1961 and first performed by the SPNM in a performance conducted by John Carewe. Violin, cello and viola in turn take on concertante roles in dialogue with the tutti strings. Jonathan Harvey

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