Capriccio for Oboe and String Trio (Fine, Vivian)

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rhymesandchymes (2012/6/30)

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Vivian Fine Estate

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rhymesandchymes (2012/3/21)

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PMLP329696-Capriccio score.pdf
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Vivian Fine Estate

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General Information

Work Title Capriccio for Oboe and String Trio
Alternative Title
Composer Fine, Vivian
Movements/Sections 1 movement
Year/Date of Composition 1946
First Performance 1948-04-17 in New York City, ICSM Forum Group
Lois Wann, oboe, Sherman Goldscheid, violin, Sol Greitzer, viola, and Eula Schock, cello
Average Duration 10 1/2 minutes
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation oboe, violin, viola, cello


Misc. Comments

The Capriccio marks a new stage in Fine’s writing—her music is more freely dissonant, key signatures disappear, and tonal references are rare. As a result she stresses melodic line, the talent that was so apparent in her early music…. Rather than a collection of short movements, the piece is designed as one long movement divided into several sections. Each instrument has prominent melodies, sometimes solo and sometimes accompanied, some of which Fine sets as canons.

—Heidi Von Gunden, The Music of Vivian Fine, Scarecrow Press, 1999
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