I am thinking of ending my trio piece with the violin playing a double stop. I am wondering however, if the double stop I am thinking of using is playable.
Here, I will just show the harmony as I am not totally sure on the melody before the ending chord.
Here is the planned harmony for the last 6 bars of my trio:
X: T:Spring Trio C:Cheyanna Marie Ward M:4/4 Q:1/4=120 K:D V:Vio treble name="Violin" d8 | f8 | g8 | B8 | T c8 | H [d8a8] |] V:Cel bass name="Cello" D,8-|D,8 | G,,8-|G,,8 | A,8 | H D,8 |] V:Pian treble name="Piano right hand" D8 | A8 | d8 |G8 | E8 | H [D8F8A8d8] |] V:pian bass name="Piano left hand" F,8 | D,8-|D,8 |F,4 G,4 | A,4 A,,4 | H [D,,8F,,8A,,8D,8] |]
Is the double stop in the violin part playable at all? I know it is high up and is a fifth wide but is it playable or do I need to change it? I think a violinist encountering this would do a natural harmonic technique on the D and A strings to make it sound an octave above the open string but correct me if I'm wrong on that.