Accademia Hill


Accademia Hill

from 7.50

8', for violin, 'cello, and piano

During the junior year of my undergraduate studies, I had the incredible opportunity to study music in the city of Arezzo, one of the oldest in Italy. The villa where my colleagues and I stayed was absolutely stunning, but getting to the villa (called the Accademia dell'Arte) from the main city of Arezzo required a long walk with an intensely steep hill at the very end. This piece (loosely) follows a climb up that hill after a long day, seeing the Accademia from the very bottom of the hill, the long climb, and then the promised arrival and a view of the sunset over the city below.

The piece was premiered by students at the Moores School of Music at a performance on November 30, 2012.

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