- for violin and piano
- 09' 00"
- Single movement
|Score (203k)||Pages 1-2,8-9 and 14||© Helen Caskie|
This rhapsody won the Philip Neill Prize for original composition from Otago University in 1982. The work is broadly in ternary form – two passionate sections flanking a quiet middle section of long cantando phrases; as though passion needs to be tempered and considered. It is demanding technically and emotionally of both performers.
- Philip Neill Memorial Prize (1982)
Rhapsody for Violin and Piano, by Helen Caskie was awarded the Philip Neill Prize from University of Otago in 1982