Rush (duos: keyboard, woodwind)
by George Dreyfus (1974)
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It's nice to have written at least one piece, if only 3 minutes long ,that could possibly oultlive me, that I might be remembered with a tune that people can remember, even sing/whistle, rather than as just a vague concept. The prognosis is good, I am 80, the tune is already 35 years old, of course it's best known to older generations, but for the youngies, it can be downloaded from innumerable sources, my latest pride a ring tone on my mobile. And if my numerous clonings have never taken off by themselves, together they build an orchestral sound that serves Australia well.
Article: Odd man out brings his many talents to town
by Philip O'Brien — © John Fairfax Holdings
Source: Source: Canberra Times, 15 October 2002, pp.14
Article: Musician's festival honour
© News Limited
Source: Source: Herald-Sun, 9 May 1999, pp.19
- In the form/style of: Film & TV Music
Performances of this work
4 Mar 2012: at George Dreyfus: Symphony No. 3 (Hawthorn Arts Centre).
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