Tre Stæv (Three Norwegian Dances) for two oboes and English horn

by Ivar Lunde, Jr.

Tre Stæv or Three Dances is inspired by Norwegian folk music. Written to fulfill a void in the literature for double reed ensemble music the work was intended to be played by the composer, his oboe teacher and a fellow student while he was studying at the Conservatory of Music in Oslo, Norway. An early work, the language is tonal and and easy to follow. However, the rhythmic material of the composition reveals the composer's later fascination with rhythmic manipulation. This work is well suited for mid-level and advanced students as well as experienced amateurs.


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