Sheet Music: Score
ANZAC : for solo flute, clarinet, flugelhorn (trumpet), trombone, violin, electric guitar, cello, piano and percussion, and orchestra / Barry Conyngham.
by Barry Conyngham (2014)
This work for orchestra and nine soloists is a personal reflection on the ANZAC phenomenon. The nine soloists, supported by the orchestra, may be seen as suggesting characters, moods, images, or memories, in dream-like references to confusion, nostalgia, ceremony and contradiction.
The work is in two parts, each having a number of continuous sections. Here they are, with (in brackets) the soloists featured.
Dawn (Trumpet, all soloists) ; Fearful (Violin, Cello) ; Thoughtful (Clarinet, Guitar) ; Apprehensive (Clarinet, Piano, Guitar) ; Nostalgic (Violin)
Authoritative (Trombone, Piano, Guitar, Trumpet) ; Bucolic (Flute, Cello) ; Fragmented (Cello, Violin) ; Chaotic (All soloists) ; Earthy (Marimba); Dusk (all soloists).
Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (76p. -- A3 (portrait))
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