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Adventures of Sebastian the Fox : brass quartet

by George Dreyfus (1963)

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From the CD Fable, fantasy and folksong

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Fable, fantasy and folksong / Melbourne Brass Ensemble.

Library shelf no. CD 36 [Available for loan]

adventures of Sebastian the Fox


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The adventures of Sebastian the Fox : arranged for school orchestra / George Dreyfus.

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Library shelf no. Q 784.44/DRE 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

Suite of eight descriptive pieces with narrations.


(i) Bassoon and Piano
(ii) Woodwind Quartet (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon)
(iii) Brass Quartet (2 Trumpets, Trombone and Tuba)
(iv) Recorder Quartet (2 Descants, Treble and Tenor)
(v) Flute, Guitar and Bassoon
(vi) Violin and Piano
(vii) Bassoon and Piano
(viii) Solo Guitar
(ix) Solo Piano
(x) Bassoon Quartet
(xi) Flute, Clarinet, Violin and Bassoon.


Work Details

Year: 1963

Instrumentation: 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba, optional narrator.

Duration: 11 min.

Difficulty: Medium


Performances of this work

Unknown date: Montsalvat. Featuring Max Neil, Heather Steel, Joanne Russell-Clarke, George Dreyfus.

20 Oct 2013: at Melbourne Bassoon Quartet (Labassa Historic House). Featuring Melbourne Bassoon Quartet.

15 Sep 2013: at Melbourne Bassoon Quartet (Montsalvat). Featuring Melbourne Bassoon Quartet.

4 Aug 2013: at Melbourne Bassoon Quartet (Villa Alba Museum). Featuring Melbourne Bassoon Quartet.

22 Apr 2012: at Die verschwundenen Musiker (Evangelische Citykirche, Elberfeld). Featuring Johanna Watzke, Wuppertaler Kammerorchester.

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