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Banquo's buried : soprano voice with piano

by Alison Bauld

Audio Sample

Performance by Elizabeth Campbell, Anthony Fogg from the CD Anthology of Australian music

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Anthology of Australian music

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CD

Anthology of Australian music : Campbell, Fogg.

Library shelf no. CD 56 [Available for loan]

Banquo's buried

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Score

Banquo's buried : a song for soprano and piano / Alison Bauld.

Library shelf no. 783.66542/BAU 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Instrumentation: Soprano, piano.

Duration: 10 min.

Performances of this work

21 Sep 2016: at Shakespeare in Love (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre).

7 May 2014: at A Woman's Life and Love (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Songmakers Australia.

23 Feb 2014: at Encounters 2014 Melbourne (Gryphon Gallery, University of Melbourne). Featuring Wendy Grose, Brenna Wee.

15 Jan 2014: at Encounters 2014: 2nd concert (Damansara Performing Arts Centre). Featuring Bridges Collective.

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My favourite Australian art song repertoire

Posted by Australian Music Centre on 15 July, 2013

The AMC asked leading practitioners to select their favourite Australian art song repertoire, to provide delegates to the 2013 International Conference of Vocal Teachers (Brisbane 2013) with an introduction to this rich and diverse landscape.
This is a 'scene' for a substantial voice with good low notes and strong dramatic sense. It's a very effective setting of Lady McBeth's monologue. The musical, vocal and dramatic demands are for advanced singers, but yield very effective results for the right singer and pianist.
Rowena Cowley