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Wakefield chronicles

Sheet Music: Score

The Wakefield chronicles / Vincent Plush.

by Vincent Plush (1986)

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  • Instrumentation: Narrator, solo trumpet, solo trombone, brass quintet, 2 brass bands, organ, percussion (4 players), bell-ringers, hand-bell ringers.
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Pages: 3 v. ([38, 34, 8] p.) ; 42 cm.

Duration: 55 min.

Contents note: I.Fanfare on A.S.E. -- II.Intrada -- III. Convocation -- IV.Chorale I -- V.Invocation -- VI.Chorale II -- VII.Helices -- VIII.Chorale III -- IX.Congressional.

Commissioned under the terms of the John Bishop Memorial Award by the University of Adelaide and Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, for the 1986 Adelaide Festival.

The 3 Chorales may be performed together as The Wakefield chorales.

Movements I, II, III, V, VII may be performed separately.

Each movement played by different parts of the instrumentation, with Congressional played by "all forces".

"Address to the citizenry of South Australia based on the writings of Edward Gibbon Wakefield (1834)".

This is a handwritten edition — it is not typeset.

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