Five etudes : for solo recorder / Ian Shanahan.
Featured Australian works
|Cathy's song (1988) encore piece, for sopranino or alto recorder||Ian Shanahan|
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|Helical ribbon (1991) for recorder solo||Ian Shanahan|
|Lingua silens florum (1991) for recorder solo||Ian Shanahan|
Duration: 5 min.
Contents note: 1. Helical ribbon -- 2. Lingua silens florum -- 3. Cathy's song -- 4. Dysfunctional habaÃ±era -- 5. Graeme Petrie, scallywag.
Includes programme note and performance notes.
Manuscript with composer.
'Cathy's song' was first performed by Ian Shanahan during 'Recorders Unlimited', a concert held at Old Darlington School, University of Sydney, on 8 December 1989 -- Composer's note.
'Lingua silens florum' was commissiomed by the Music Dept of the University of Sydney, and was premiered by Ian Shanahan during the Eric Gross Farewell Concert, the Everest Theatre, Seymour Centre, Sydney, on 8 August 1991 -- Composer's note.
'Helical ribbon' was commissioned by the Australian Music Centre, and was premiered by Ian Shanahan during the Sounds Australian Awards Presentation Night, the Sydney Dance Company Space, Pier One, Walsh Bay, Sydney, on 11 April 1990 -- Composer's note.
Copyright held by Ian Shanahan.
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