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Red sun, chill wind : for flute and piano

by Anne Boyd (1980)

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Performance by Geoffrey Collins, David Miller from the CD Crossing a bridge of dreams

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Red sun, chill wind : for flute and piano / Anne Boyd

Library shelf no. 788.32/BOY 3 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1980

Instrumentation: Flute, piano.

Duration: 8 min.

Difficulty: Medium — Flute grade 7 , piano grade 8.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Geoffrey Collins

Commission note: Commissioned by 2MBS-FM Radio (Sydney) for performance by Geoffrey Collins.. With financial assistance from the NSW Division of Cultural Activities.

First performance: by Geoffrey Collins, Nicholas Routley — 12 Jul 81. S.H Ervin Museum and Art Gallery, Observatory Hill, Observatory Hill, Sydney, as part of the second concert in the Seymour Group's Chamber Series '81.

Red Sun, Chill Wind is based on a haiku by the famous Japanese poet Basho.

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Resonate article: Ecstatic Dances - Soundstream and OzAsia Festival by Aleksandr Tsiboulski

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Performances of this work

15 Sep 2017: at Twilight Musical Dialogues - Australia (Adamstown Uniting Church). Featuring Sally Walker, Sally Whitwell.

11 Feb 2009: at First Performances (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Roger Woodward, Geoffrey Collins.

12 Jul 81: S.H Ervin Museum and Art Gallery, Observatory Hill, Observatory Hill, Sydney, as part of the second concert in the Seymour Group's Chamber Series '81.. Featuring Geoffrey Collins, Nicholas Routley.

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