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"I woke up this morning thinking about the piece. The more I lived with it, the more I fell for it. Always a good sign. I looked forward to visiting it when we rehearsed. It is aproachable, but remains interesting. It is sophisticated, but not too unfriendly for John Q. Listener. I feel something different each time. It is my new friend. Thank you, Dave."

Sarah Huffman
Pianist



Meditation
for Cello and Piano

Duration: approximately 4 minutes and 45 seconds





Nashville Symphony Associate Principal Cellist Julia Tanner and Pianist Sarah Huffman in the premiere of Meditation for Cello and Piano on May 22, 2011.



Program Notes

Meditation is a short audience-friendly work for cello and piano, and is useful for worship services, weddings, or as a recital piece. In Adagio elegante tempo, it features the full range of the cello in an expressive ornamented style. A short coda brings the piece to a quiet and elegant conclusion.

The piece was premiered by Nashville Symphony Associate Principal Cellist Julia Tanner and Pianist Sarah Huffman on May 22, 2011 at Woodmont Christian Church in Nashville, Tennessee.

Instrumentation

Cello
Piano


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