|Date of composition||1967|
|Type of work||Concert music|
|First performance information||Turibo Santos (guitar) at the 1970 Concours International de Guitare, Paris|
|Publisher||United Music Publishers Ltd|
|Notes||Carey Blyton’s first piece for guitar; written at the suggestion of, and dedicated to, Julian Bream (but apparently never performed by him); first performance by Brazilian guitarist Turibo Santos at the 1970 Concours International de Guitare, Paris, first UK performance also given by Turibo Santos in 1970, in the Purcell Room|
…is quite fascinating and is constructed on traditional harmonies, but rich in clever and persuasive implications, with a fine use of artificial harmonics.
—Angelo Gilardino, Strumenti e Musica, May 1973