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Recollections : for ensemble

by Brett Dean (2006)



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Recollections : for ensemble / Brett Dean

Library shelf no. 785.3218/DEA 1 [Available for loan]

Work Details

Year: 2006

Instrumentation: Clarinet in B flat, horn in F, percussion, violin, viola, cello, double bass, piano.

Duration: 14 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: I. Essence -- II. -- Don't wake mother -- III. Dead of night -- IV. Relic -- V. Incident -- VI. Locket.

Dedication note: for Lars Vogt and the musicians of the Heimbach Festival

Commission note: Commissioned by the Kunstf├Ârderverein Kreis D├╝ren e.V. for 'Spannungen - Musik im Kraftwerk Heimbach' 2006

First performance: by Sharon Kam, Marie-Louise Neunecker, Alexander Lonquich, Hans-Kristian Kjos Sorensen, Antje Weithaas, Hartmut Rohde, Tanja Tetzlaff, Yasunori Kawahara — 18 Jun 06. Kraftwerk Heimbach, Germany

Performances of this work

1 Aug 2014: at ANAM Faculty in concert (South Melbourne Town Hall).

10 Nov 2011: at Stockholm Composer Festival (Stockholm Concert Hall (Konserthuset)).

30 Apr 11: featuring Members of the Australian National Academy of Music, Brett Dean, Members of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

27 Apr 11: Merlyn Theatre, VIC

27 Apr 2011: at MSO: Recollections (The Malthouse). Featuring Brett Dean, Members of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Members of the Australian National Academy of Music.

19 Feb 2011: at Brett Dean Day (Wigmore Hall). Featuring Enno Senft, Jack Liebeck, Gary Pomeroy, Brett Dean, Christopher Murray, Piers Lane, Matthew Hunt, Richard Watkins.

18 Jun 06: Kraftwerk Heimbach, Germany. Featuring Sharon Kam, Yasunori Kawahara, Tanja Tetzlaff, Hartmut Rohde, Antje Weithaas, Hans-Kristian Kjos Sorensen, Alexander Lonquich, Marie-Louise Neunecker.

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