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Australian quadrilles and dances

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Australian quadrilles and dances / arranged and re-processed by Vincent Plush.

  • Published by Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (6p. -- A3 (portrait))
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Duration: 30 min.

Contents note: I. The Sydney Volunteers' polka / Ernesto Spagnoletti -- II. The Sydney railway waltz / W.H. Paling -- III. The Rose Bay quadrilles / William Stanley -- IV. The Randwick galop / Essie Thomas -- V. The Prince Alfred waltz / George Loper -- VI. Morning in the gully / Henry Tate -- VII. The cricket match schottische / E. Boulanger.

Dedication note: Each piece dedicated to a different person.

Each piece is a reworking of 19th century Australian piano pieces.

Parts I, II, III and V were first performed by Seymour Group Ensemble in Hyde Park as part of Festival of Sydney, 21.1.79


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