Transfiguration for violin and harp (2008)
In Transfiguration, the relationship of the two instruments is never melody-accompaniment. Instead, the fact that they blend very well together enables me to look at them as one instrument. While the viola can sustain the decay of the harp, the harp strengthens the viola pizzicato and provides harmonies and thus chord progressions.
Transfiguration consists of melodies that keep changing their forms, which makes the structure of this composition a long development or even “themes and variations,” with themes that never appear again in their original forms.
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