Largo (2004) was outlined originally as a solo meditation over a simple background chord. The role distribution between the two violin’s is therefore separated in a solo part and a second underlying part which forms the room atmosphere with slow chord bowings. The piece was created in an intuitive state of mind. The way into a composed piece is usually an intuitive act. After this comes reflection and association around the music. The composer studies, learns and deepens himself into his own piece. Some Ideas are added and other’s are to be rejected before the inner hearing develops to a composition. This of course applies to creative work in general. In this particular piece the first violin meditates melodious in a landscape between minor/major. The melody float through tonal tensions, in a kind of lyric lamentation. But there is also certain dramatic emphasis into this. Largo is dedicated duo Gelland.