A Not-So-Sonatine Sadie Harrison
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double bass and piano
A-Not-So-Sonatine is so called as it is rather more than a sonatine, being uncharacteristically virtuosic for both double and piano. The piece is a light-hearted piece which references the plethora of accessible mid-twentieth century sonatines with delight! The second movement is also known as Josie’s Piece, premiered by Josie Jobbins in 2014 at the Taunton Young Musician of the Year Final. A-Not-So-Sonatine is dedicated to the virtuoso bassist, David Heyes. The work is in four movements:
A-Not-So-Sonatine was premiered at the Auditorio de Almuñecar (Granada, Spain) on 30th November 2015 by bassist Frano Kakarigi and pianist Juan José Muñoz Cañivano.
- Frano Kakarigi (double bass) Juan José Muñoz Cañivano (piano), Auditorio de Almuñecar, Granada, Spain, 30th November 2015