This one-movement piece with a duration of 11 minutes stems from the estate of Giselher Klebe who died in 2009. The work is delightful to play, rich in gesture, easy on the ear and ideal for private music making.

Moreover it constitutes a valuable addition to the repertoire for violin, clarinet and piano, an appealing combination of instruments, for which composers such as Ives, Bartók, A. Berg und Krenek composed works of standing during the 20th century.