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Cycle of love : for counter tenor, alto flute, cello, piano

by Anne Boyd (1981)

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Performance by Hartley Newnham, Tall Poppies Ensemble, Geoffrey Collins, David Pereira, Nicholas Routley from the CD Crossing a bridge of dreams

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Cycle of love


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Work Details

Year: 1981

Instrumentation: Countertenor, alto flute, piano, cello.

Duration: 15 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Texts translated from the Korean Sijo by Don'o Kim.


Performances of this work

13 Sep 2010: at Where the Heart Is.. a celebration of homegrown music (Carriageworks). Featuring Halcyon.

7 Sep 2010: at Where the Heart Is.. a celebration of homegrown music (Llewellyn Hall ANU School of Music). Featuring Halcyon.

26 Sep 2009: at Halcyon (Trackdown Scoring Stage, The Entertainment Quarter). Featuring Jenny Duck-Chong, Laura Chislett, Steve Meyer, Sally Whitwell.

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My favourite Australian art song repertoire

Posted by Australian Music Centre on 22 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.
There is an air of intimacy and fragility in these beautiful chamber music settings.  I particularly love the interplay between the instruments and the voice, sometimes even sharing fragments of the melody between them, creating a real sense of the voice belonging to the ensemble, not standing alongside it.  It is a joy to perform.  The texts for this cycle come from haiku-like writings by anonymous Korean women expressing the pain, passion and sadness of their private thoughts about love.  There are 5 songs, interspersed with two interludes for flute and cello.
Jenny Duck-Chong