Vibraphone (solo), 1 flute, 1 oboe, 1 cor anglais, 1 clarinet (Bb), 1 saxophone (tenor), 2 bassoons, 2 horns (F), percussion, stringed instruments (18-16-14-12-10)
(1st = 12:00 [without improvisation/cadence]; 2nd = 8:30; 3rd = 7:00)
1st: Nostalgic reminiscences: Allegro moderato
Note on the 1st movement: the music plays with the typical and well-known motifs and phrases of the "classical" sonata form, as can be found or heard everywhere in most concertos from Haydn to Mozart to Beethoven and - to some extent - still in Schubert.
2nd: Ballad for MdCL: Andante drammatico
3rd: Song for a lady: Allegro ritmico
Note on the 3rd movement: a boisterous finale in 5/8 time with two improvisational passages for the vibraphonist over an orchestral "groove/riff". A passage in 7/8 time from the third movement of my Concerto for trombone and orchestra, op.25, appears as an original quotation.