4:07 - Inspired by Shakespeare’s balcony scene in ‘Romeo and Juliet’, imagines Romeo (a trombone) serenading Juliet (a violin). The three sections of the work are: 1. Romeo’s Song; which references Enrico, Toselli’s, Serenata; 2. Juliet Responds, which references Riccardo Drigo’s famous, Serenade and 3. Romeo and Juliet’s Duet, which references Luis Romero’s, La Paloma. One analysis of Shakespeare’s balcony scene proposes that Shakespeare was having a bit of fun, by using over-the-top imagery in the dialog. Kind of a spoof on the romantic sonneteers and poets that preceded Shakespeare. Romeo’s Serenade does a bit of this.
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