Violin
Thus, the journey ends in her
magical, mysterious presence.
She raises her bow; ecstasy!
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 Violin Sonata No.1 Op.50 (Violin and Piano)

Dedicated to — and premiered by — Håvard Daae Rognli

Beppe's Violin Sonata No.1, Op.50 has a brilliantly vibrant, rhythmic opening for piano to the first movement, soon joined by the violin that then works out the material. This is a terrific movement with a gentler, quieter, limpid central section that reveals some lovely ideas before the piano brings the return of the opening tempo. This is a terrific piece full of Beppe's distinctive rhythms.
The Classical Reviewer (UK)

The music grasps me because it is a structured piece that has an improvised feel. The music starts off in one direction that soon changes from rhythm-bound to free-track in one moment, before it restructures itself in an adagio part that sounds like random themes put together, only fooling me until I have a second listen; there is structure, one level up.
Gods of Music










Performed by Håvard Daae Rognli, violin & Wolfgang Plagge, piano.
From the album SEASONS OF LIFE. Soundtrack in the movie VICINO ALLA MONTAGNA



 Violin Sonata No.2 Op.56 (Violin and Piano)


Violin Sonata No.2 Op.56





 Dynamic Fantasy Op.68 (Violin and Piano)

A one-movement duo for Violin and Piano.



Dynamic Fantasy Op.68







Dynamic Fantasy Op.68 was first performed in 2015 by Elisabeth Turmo, violin and Ellisiv Tandberg, piano.














 Through Saltdal Op.73 (Violin Solo)

Dedicated to — and premiered by — Elisabeth Turmo

In the valley Saltdal, north of the Arctic Circle, there is a wealth of spectacular, exotic nature. This Violin Solo piece embraces some of these features. Through storms that strike and rivers that hit, but in all likelihood with no harmful intentions — I only happened to be there. Through air that tastes like the most perfect meal and soil that soothes my sore feet — I am amazed that I got to be there. Through mountains that greet me with wide-open power — I am the inferior who went the trails in the grand master´s land. Through magical patterns of snow and starry nights that penetrate tearful eyes — It seems like I have been visiting a valley superior to a self-effacing human mind. Through Saltdal.
Flint Juventino Beppe


Through Saltdal Op.73





 The Idea Op.74 (Violin Solo)

This piece embodies the journey of conceiving fragments of thoughts to giving birth to an idea.


The Idea Op.74








 Four Elements of Hedmark Op.85 (S-Vl, S-Vc, Orch.)

Double Concerto for Violin, Cello and Symphony Orchestra.



Then four beams of light struck through the atmosphere and hit Hedmark in different places, and thus manifested themselves as the Four Elements of Hedmark.

Movements:

  1. The beam struck the door (8:40)
  2. The beam struck the most beautiful memories (6:20)
  3. The beam struck the ultimate stairs (4:50)
  4. The beam struck the young girl by the river (6:50)


NB! The MIDI audio is made by FJB and is not meant to replace live performances — only to give insight into the idiom of the work.

Navigate between the four movements using the following time stamps:

1. The beam struck the door (0:00)
2. The beam struck the most beautiful memories (8:48)
3. The beam struck the ultimate stairs (15:07)
4. The beam struck the young girl by the river (19:40)



Element 1 The beam struck the door


Perhaps, when the door has a double function and it might be the path to freedom or captivity, the whole fundament of existential thinking is shaken as the beam strikes the door of potential change.


Element 2 The beam struck the most beautiful memories


A euphoric and beautiful memory does not have to be based on nostalgia. If a beam strikes the most beautiful memories in life, the thoughts might freeze into ice, and the present is placed in a vacuum.


Element 3 The beam struck the ultimate stairs


Mankind is building a flight of stairs from the earth up towards the universe to achieve a higher level of existence. However, if a clown is assisting in this process, it is difficult to predict whether this quasi-jovial workforce has a positive or negative effect. Nonetheless, the beam will interfere and finish this building process before one achieves any more knowledge than one had five seconds ago.


Element 4 The beam struck the young girl by the river

Perhaps, an example of life's intricacy, the last beam strikes a little girl sitting by the river bank looking towards the other side. But the beam does not bring death. She achieves magical powers from the beam, and the ability to see through time and space through a veil called "All that happens". She drifts where the wind blows and leaves an "I was here" on a harp string.


— The world premiere of the commissioned «Four Elements from Hedmark» by Flint Juventino Beppe, was the concert's great climax. Not only had the composer created an impressive piece of music, but he also spun some intriguing yarns that enveloped the music. Or maybe it was the other way around. (...) His music is dramatic, intense, cheerful and overwhelming.
Hamar Arbeiderblad, 03.10.2011



Four Elements from Hedmark Op.85



 Headache Op.13 (Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass)


Headache Op.13



 Pizzicato Cave Op.21 (Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass)


Pizzicato Cave Op.21




The following works include the repertoire for violin as solo instrument.
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Headache Op.13
(Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass)

Pizzicato Cave Op.21
(Violin,Viola, Cello, Double bass)


Seasons Will Do Op.35

(Flute, Clarinet in Bb, Trumpet in Bb, Guitar, Perc:1, Soprano, Violin, Cello & Piano)


And so I did Op.41

(Flute, Clarinet in Bb, French horn in F, Trumpet in Bb, Violin, Cello and Piano)


Distant Words Op.43a
(Clarinet in Bb, Violin, Viola and Cello)

Dedicated to Roger Arve Vigulf


Violin Sonata No.1 Op.50
(Violin and Piano)*

Dedicated to Håvard Daae Rognli


Violin Sonata No.2 Op.56
(Violin and Piano)


Dynamic Fantasy Op.68
(Violin and Piano)


Through Saltdal Op.73

(Violin)

The Idea Op.74
(Violin)


Four Elements from Hedmark Op.85

2-2-2-3(1) 3-2-3-1 timp (3 kettle drums) - perc: 2 - harp - violin solo - cello solo - str

Double Concerto for violin, cello & symphony orchestra



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