The dying of the light : for solo piano
by Brenton Broadstock (1997, this version: 1996)
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Year: 1997, this version: 1996
Duration: 13 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — AMEB Grade A.Mus.A/L.Mus.A.
Dedication note: Written for Ian Holtham
The title is taken from a poem by Dylan Thomas, 'Do not go gentle into that good night', and is a tribute to and reminder that many HIV sufferers are still raging against the dying of their light.
Awarded the Jean Bogan Prize in 1997.
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|1997||Jean Bogan Prize for Piano Composition||Winner||Brenton Broadstock|
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