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Songs of the tide : song cycle

by Richard Charlton (1982, this version: 2007)

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Songs of the tide

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Songs of the tide : song cycle, 3 songs for voice & piano / Richard Charlton.

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Library shelf no. 783.67547/CHA 2 [Not for loan]

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Songs of the tide : 3 songs / Richard Charlton

Version: This product features the Mezzo-Soprano with guitar version of this work

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Work Details

Year: 1982, this version: 2007

Instrumentation: Medium voice, piano.

Duration: 10 min.

Difficulty: Medium — guitar part at least grade 6 up

Contents note: 1. Windsong -- 2. Reflections (of those at sea) -- 3. Song of the sea shell.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Anne Cunningham

Written for: Anne Cunningham, Richard Charlton

First performance: 1982. Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre

Text for 'Windsong' from the poem 'The Sea' by W.H. Davies. Text for 'Reflections' from poem 'The Sea & the Mirror' by W.H. Auden. Text for 'Song of the sea shell' by Geoffrey Scott.

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Performances of this work

4 Jun 2012: at Cocktail Hour Concerts - The Song of the Guitar (Recital Hall East). Featuring Raffaele Agostino, Nadia Piave.

1982: Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, North Sydney. Featuring Anne Cunningham, Richard Charlton.

1982: Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre

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