Rainy Night of Flowers

Rainy Night of Flowers (2014)
for Solo Violin

Award: Selected Work of the Score Call from “Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Tzu-En Lee, violin” (2015)

World Premiere:
March 8, 2015
Composer’s Voice Concert – Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Tzu-En Lee, violin
Jan Hus Presbyterian Church, New York, NY
Lee: Rainy Night of Flowers for Solo Violin
Tzu-En Lee, violin
Composer's Voice Concert
Duration: 1 minute

Program Notes

Rainy Night of Flowers for solo violin is written for violinist Tzu-En Lee and Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame, and inspired by a Taiwanese folk song (Rainy Night Flower), as a drizzling rain at night reminded me of all the yearning I have for my hometown.

This is the world premiere recording (video). It is a set of 15 one-minute solo violin pieces, and Rainy Night of Flowers is the third one in this set (from 3:05).

為獨奏小提琴的《花雨夜》是為了「十五分鐘名人堂:李子恩小提琴」的徵曲活動所譜寫,這個徵曲活動指定的是台灣民謠主題,而這首曲子的靈感也來自台灣民謠《雨夜花》。這首短小一分鐘的曲子描述著在一個在異鄉的下雨夜晚,讓我想起故鄉的過往回憶。

– Feng-Hsu Lee (August 7, 2014 Hartford, CT)

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