Boosey and Hawkes

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First performed in 2001 in Amsterdam by Charles Neidich and Ayako Oshima, and recorded by them on Bridge Records. Hiyoku is a poetic word, originally used by the ancient Chinese poet, Bai Juyi, later adopted by Japanese authors. It means two birds flying together with the connotation of eternal love.
Boosey and Hawkes Hiyoku (for Two Clarinets) Boosey & Hawkes Chamber Music Series Composed by Elliott Carter