cl / vln / pro
First Performance: performed by students of Royal Holloway, University of London on Friday 25th May, 2018 at The Boilerhouse (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK)
i. In one part
ii. In two parts
iii. In three parts, ‘hocket’
snag. n. /snag/. 1 an unexpected difficulty or drawback. 2 a sharp or jagged projection. 3 a small tear in fabric. vb. snags, snagging, snagged 1 catch or tear something on a sharp projection. 2 N. Amer. informal manage to get or obtain something. Derivative adj. snaggy. Origin Scandinavian -njd.