This beautiful piece by Gliere is a short work that does not require an extensive range or extended techniques.  It does present some rhythmic challenges such as reading 9/8 meter and differentiating between the duplet and triplet motives.  The piece’s numerous accidentals and long, musically demanding phrases may be difficult for younger players.  Overall, this solo is a nice lyrical addition to a recital. 


Composer Gliere, Rehinold
Dates (1875-1956)
Duration 3:00
Horn Range C#4 to Ab5
Level Easy
Clef Treble Clef
Techniques N/A
Era/Style Romantic
Country/Region Russia
Accompaniment Available Orchestra, Piano
Accompaniment Difficulty Moderate
Movements One Movement