Dulcinea (Symphony No. 3, “Don Quixote,” Mvt. 2)
The second of four movements in Robert W. Smith’s epic work, Dulcinea tells the tale of Don Quixote’s adoration of the ideal woman. Written in a sultry 5/4 tango, the audience will hear the haunting melody and feel the passion of Cervantes’ knight-errant as he proclaims his love for Dulcinea de Tobosa. Featuring an English horn solo that is liberally cross-cued throughout, the initial melody gives way to the most powerful of statements before returning to the tango in a quiet, yet startling ending.
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