Weeping Willow, for two violins and piano. Composed for Payman Eliahoo. 6:30 minutes. 2016.
“Weeping Willow” is a dramatic, soulful work for two violins and piano. Calling upon the Jewish heritage of similar works (like Ernest Bloch’s “Baal Shem” and John Williams’ music for “Schindler’s List”), this duet explores passionate worlds of texture, from drawn-out, twisting melodies of heartbreak to the fury of driving, desperate passages. Completed in 2016, “Weeping Willow” runs about 6.5 minutes long.
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