Movement II is reflective and melancholic. The oboe plays the original oboe solo carrying the song. Also kept is the beautifully written flowing accompaniment by the clarinet. Movement III is confident and jaunty, so play with much fitnesse and style even though there are numerous off-beat accompaniment.
The french horn takes centre stage yet again introducing the main melody. Movement IV is notable for the folk tune Greensleeves interwoven into the movement. The bassoon has a chance to shine this time with it introducing the melody. The Evidence of Things Not Seen. Christopher Chapman, conductor. Miho Takekawa, marimba.
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