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Elegy

(2000)

by Nicolas Scherzinger

Duration: 8 minutes

for violin and piano


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Elegy, for violin and piano

Elegy, for violin and piano

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MUSIC (SCORE and PARTS) - download a PDF copy

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MUSIC (SCORE and PARTS) - order a hardcopy

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email - Nicolas@ScherziMusic.com

NOTE: whether you download a copy of the score, or order a hardcopy, if you decide to perform the piece in public, please let me know about it via email, or even send me a program.
Thank you, Nicolas

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PROGRAM NOTE

Elegy, for violin and piano was written in the spring of 2000 and was the last piece I composed as a graduate student at the Eastman School of Music. The work is essentially a brief, but very colorful ‘song’ for violin and piano. I have always been very interested in the use of color as an expressive musical device. When thematic and harmonic materials return, they are often altered in texture and timbre. Just as in life, the music never merely repeats itself, but instead goes through subtle changes. Elegy is a quiet and delicate piece, and though the violin has some arioso moments in the piece, the violin and piano essential work together as one.


Nicolas Scherzinger, Rochester, NY, 2000