Sonata for Horn and Piano was composed during the spring/summer of 2004 in Hampton, Virginia for Marlene Ford. Subtle expressions of ritual, mystery, and jubilation characterize the three movements respectively. The movements are to be performed attacca.
Harvey J. Stokes
Duration of movements:
I. Allegro ca. 5′ 07″
II. Lento ca. 9′ 28″
III. Allegretto ca. 6′ 25″
Total Duration: ca. 21′ 00″
Instrumentation: Horn in F, Piano
This work is published by Seesaw/Subito Music of Verona, New Jersey.
Performed 4/21/17 by Marlene Ford, horn and Jeanette Winsor, piano in Hampton, Virginia.