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Remembering Mirrabooka

Sheet Music: Score

Remembering Mirrabooka : for didjeridu and strings / Eve Duncan.

by Eve Duncan (1999)

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  • Instrumentation: Didjeridu and string orchestra ; or Didjeridu and string quintet ; or Didjeridu and string quartet.
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    Performance by Australian National Academy of Music String Ensemble, John Hopkins, Tom E Lewis from the CD Recorded messages


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Remembering Mirrabooka is a happy and exhuberant dance for strings and didjeridu. It expresses the open and uplifting feeling of Australian nature. It gives a picture of children dancing, then drifting off as their attention wanes, a moment in which they may slip into the Aboriginal dreamtime. Then they take up their dance once more.

It is a work to be enjoyed by all ages.

It was commissioned for the Mayors Day theme of 'A Sense of Place' by the City of Port Phillip, Melbourne.

Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (6p. -- A4 (portrait))

Difficulty: Medium

Duration: 6 min.

Commission info: Commissioned by City of Port Phillip for the Mayors Day Celebrations on the theme 'A Sense of Place'

First performance by Australian National Academy of Music String Ensemble, John Hopkins, Tom E Lewis — 14 Mar 99. Gasworks Theatre, Albert Park, Melbourne

The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Australian land and space, Aboriginal dreamtime, community music, children's music, student music

Typeset edition.

ISMN: 979-0-720165-97-4

Analysis & Media

- Resonate Article: Eve Duncan’s Butterfly Modernism

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