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Escapades : trio for flute, oboe, piano

by John Carmichael (2009, this version: 2010)

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Performance by Sylvie Leprohon, Stephen Robinson, Antony Gray from the CD Escapades

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Escapades / chamber music by John Carmichael.

Library shelf no. CD 2744 [Not for loan]

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Work Overview

Each movement of this piece has a distinct mood and melodic element. The thematic material is shared equally, with moments in the solo spotlight for each player.

In this work I have tried to capture in music some episodes we all experience at times in our lives - we sometimes play games with our friends - tender or even a little malicious, or we find ourselves idyllically happy for a period. At other times we may be subject to a mood of The Blues - here a touch of the musical style created and celebrated by the American black community, but we all hope to escape The Blues and eventually find our way to a happy ending.

Work Details

Year: 2009, this version: 2010

Instrumentation: Flute, oboe, piano.

Duration: 13 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: 1. Games -- 2. Idyll -- 3. Escaping The Blues -- 4. To a Happy Ending.

Written for: Sylvie Leprohon, Stephen Robinson

First performance: by Stephen Robinson, Sylvie Leprohon, Antony Gray — 12 Aug 11. Melba Hall, Melbourne University Conservatorium

Performances of this work

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8 Sep 13: Flockart Hall, Methodist Ladies College, Kew, VIC

5 May 2013: at Lyrebird chamber concert: Ariel Ensemble (Wyselaskie Auditorium).

12 Aug 11: Melba Hall, Melbourne University Conservatorium. Featuring Stephen Robinson, Sylvie Leprohon, Antony Gray.

29 May 10: St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London. Featuring Helen Bishop, Roger Armstrong.

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