Choral music from the Great South Land : as part of 'So Good a Thing - Judy Clingan remembers 50 years of music in Canberra'
- Date: Wednesday, 18 December 2013, 7.30 pm
- Venue: Albert Hall, Canberra — Commonwealth Avenue, Canberra, ACT
- Tickets: Adults: $30 | Children: $20 | Concession: $20 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 0410 617 427
This concert of Australian music features as the second of three concerts in the three-day feast of music-making and talking about music, in which Judy Clingan will be joined by many present and former colleagues and students.
Performers: Various former and current members of the following groups: SCUNA, Canberra Children's Choir, Summer Music Schools (Young Music Society), Canberra Recorder and Early Music Society (CREMS), Gaudeamus (now Music for Everyone), Lady's Mantle, Wayfarers Australia (formerly Waldorf Wayfarers), Imagine Music Theatre, A Chorus of Women; five have bitten the dust (University Consort, Canberra New Music Society, Canberra Musica Antiqua; the Variables, Voicebox Youth Opera).
Featured non-Australian music: n/a
Featured Australian Works
|Ashes of roses : SSA, recorders, guitar and harpsichord (1988) by May Howlett|
|A song of rain : SA choir : for juvenile performer(s) (1986) by Anne Boyd|
|Birth pangs : for women's choir (SSA) (1996) by Judith Clingan|
|Eurunderee Creek : male choir by Stephen Leek|
|Great southern spirits : SATB choir [Kondalilla] by Stephen Leek|
||Hymn to the Virgin : SATB choir by Judith Clingan|
|Kakadu (sab choir with chamber ensemble) (1990) [excerpts] by Judith Clingan|
|Ngana : choir by Stephen Leek|
||Nganbra (multiple choirs with ensemble and soloist(s)) (1988) [excerpts] by Judith Clingan|
||Past life melodies : SATB choir by Sarah Hopkins|
|Spiritus Sanctus Australis (2002) [excerpts] by Judith Clingan|
|The axeman : a piece for 4 equal part unbroken voices (1985) by Stephen Leek|
|Three sacred lyrics : for SATB choir (1994) [Psalm 121, and Lord's Prayer] by Benjamin Thorn|
||Woman's song : female choir (1971) by Moya Henderson|
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