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Introduction and theme to ITT : theme & variations on a popular Transylvanian air

by Ann Carr-Boyd (1974)

Also known as: ITT

Audio Sample

Performance by Diana Weston from the CD Flying west

Flying west

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Introduction and theme to ITT

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Work Overview

ITT was composed for Robert Goode as a lighthearted solo harpsichord piece which made reference to a theme used in a popular television series, the Addams Family.
An interlude and coda were added for a performance in the Sydney Town Hall where Robert played both the harpsichord and organ parts, and the work was introduced by well known newsreader James Dibble. At the performance Robert made full use of the enormous capabilities of the large Hill & Son organ, much to the entertainment of the Sunday afternoon audience.

Work Details

Year: 1974

Instrumentation: Harpsichord, with optional organ part.

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Dedication note: "Dedicated to Robert Goode by Cousin ITT"

Originally written for harpsichord solo, an additional organ interlude and coda may be added.

Performances of this work

27 Jul 2014: at Flying West (Farnborough House). Featuring Diana Weston.

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