Rainy Day is a short trio for two violins and piano that was inspired by a washi (Japanese paper) doll given to the composer. It evokes the emotions of a child who cannot play outside because it is raining .... until sunshine breaks through the clouds.
Rainy Day was written and first performed in 2000 in Nagaoka, Japan. It was adapted for solo violin in 2018. Both the original version for two violins and the arrangement for solo violin are included in this download. The piano part is the same for both versions.
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