Trio ‘Mimi’ for oboe, violin, double bass

mimi1Trio ‘Mimi’ for oboe, violin, and double bass is Patrick Neher’s newest chamber music composition, and is playfully described as a “mini-operetta.”  It combines three character roles (where each player must speak and/or sing a bit – along with skillfully playing their instrument) in a short drama about Mimi, the cat. Trio ‘Mimi’ is in one movement divided into four short acts. Each player is required to vocalize and to improvise. The total playing time is about 20 minutes. The piece was composed for L.P. How, violin, and Pamela Epple, oboe – to be premiered on a Serenata of Santa Fe performance in the near future.
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