Earl Kim: Violin Concerto
Part I: Adagio molto sostenuto
Part I: Variation 1
Part I: Variation 2: poco scherzando
Part I: Episode 1
Part I: Episode 2: cadenza
Part II: Introduction
Part II: Episode: Adagio, ma non troppo/con affetto
Part II: Finale: Allegro molto
Earl Kim: Dialogues
Earl Kim: Cornet
I. Riding, riding, riding, through the day, through the night, through the day
II. Von Langenau stirs in his saddle and says: "My Lord Marquis..."
III. Camp-fire. They sit round it and wait
IV. The little Marquis says, "You are very young, Sir?"
V. One day, in the morning, a horseman appears...
VI. A day's ride with the Army
VII. Von Langenau is writing a letter, deep in thought
VIII. They ride over a slain peasant
IX. It began as a feast. Then it became a festival, one hardly knows how
X. And there is one who stands and gazes with wonder upon this splendour
XI. "Have you forgotten that you are my page for this day?"
XII. Slowly the castle lights go out
XIII. Was a window open? Is the storm in the house?
XIV. He races to out-strip the blazing corridors, through the burning embrace of red-hot doors...
XV. Count von Langenau is right in the midst of the enemy, but quite alone
XVI. The tunic was burnt in the castle, the letter and the rose-leaf of a lady unknown