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When the world was green : three pieces for piano (and optional violin)

by Ann Carr-Boyd (1998)

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Performance by Ann Carr-Boyd from the CD Procession for Elisabeth

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Procession for Elisabeth : music of Australian composers.

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From rags to blues, and in between : a collection of piano works / by Ann Carr-Boyd

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Work Overview

"When the World was Green" a play by Sam Shepard, was premiered in Australia at the Belvoir Downstairs, a Sydney theatre, in 1998.
The setting of the play is in both Eastern Europe and New Orleans after World War II. A number of short pieces were composed to reflect the varying settings and moods, and
these appeared both as background and feature music.

Work Details

Year: 1998

Instrumentation: Piano.

Duration: 4 min.

Difficulty: Medium — AMEB Grade 5

Contents note: When the world was green -- Slow jazz -- Carl's motel music.

Performances of this work

1998: Premiered at performance of the play by Sam Shepard, at Belvoir Theatre, Sydney

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