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Franklin River : for solo treble recorder / Malcolm Tattersall.
by Malcolm Tattersall (1980)
Franklin River (1980) was inspired by the Tasmanian wilderness, and especially by the battle over its conservation at around the time I wrote it. The piece is generally lyrical but uses some extended techniques to heighten the drama. The five main sections can be thought of as introduction, exposition, conflict, resolution and coda; each begins with a version of the opening theme and then freely develops fragments of it.
Published by: Orpheus Music [OMP 102] — 1 score (5p. -- A4 (portrait))
Difficulty: Medium — Advanced student (AMEB Grade 8+)
Duration: 7 min.
First performance by Malcolm Tattersall — 1980. Clifton Hill Community Music Centre,Melbourne
Includes programme note, performance directions and notes on the composer.
This is a handwritten edition — it is not typeset.
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