Wild wisteria (10:30)’ (2004) for harp and viola

Wild Wisteria (2004)  Program notes:

Wisterias are woody climbing vines, indigenous to the eastern United States and a few eastern Asian countries (such as China, Japan, and Korea), which have beautiful purple, pink, or white flowers that hang from the vines. Wild Wisteria reflects a poetic relationship between the flowers’ vines and the strings of the harp and viola; it was inspired by the visual and imaginary sound world of the wisteria, and then transferred to the strings of the harp and viola in this work.