Two pieces for cello and guitar.
The first etude is called ”Duet”. This is a short, expressionistic piece in which the cello and the guitar present themes and resolutions. The contrasts between the cello’s heavy (and slow) melody, and the guitar’s light (and slow) melody create a duet.
The second etude is called “MEETING” means: encounter. The cello begins with a traditional theme of a Baroque nature. The guitar bursts in with something new, perhaps fresher, in the spirit of the 20th century. As the piece progresses the two instruments undergo an experience together, and finally, the cello ”agrees” to play the “modern” motif presented by the guitar.
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