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Tyalgum mantras : arranged for string quartet, didjeridu & percussion

by Ross Edwards (1999)

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From the CD Four Winds Festival 2006.

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9th biennial Sydney Opera House concert 2007

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Tyalgum mantras : arranged for string quartet, didjeridu & percussion / Ross Edwards.

Library shelf no. 785.5419/EDW 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1999

Instrumentation: 2 violins, viola,cello, didjeridu, percussion (2 temple blocks (small and medium) large temple block, and at least 6 handbells).

Duration: 16 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Written for: Tyalgum Festival

Commission note: Commissioned with funds provided by Australia Council.. Commissioned by the 1999 Tyalgum Festival

First performance: by Con Spirit Oz Ensemble — 1999. Tyalgum Festival, New South Wales

Performances of this work

16 Feb 2013: at TSO Marko Letonja – Dvorak, Stravinsky, Edwards (Albert Hall Convention Centre (Launceston)). Featuring Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Marko Letonja, William Barton.

15 Feb 2013: at TSO Marko Letonja – Dvorak, Stravinsky, Edwards (Federation Concert Hall, Hobart). Featuring William Barton, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Marko Letonja.

23 May 2010: at The Spirit of Water (Fitter's Workshop).

7 May 07: MLC School's 9th Biennial Sydney Opera House. Featuring MLC School (Sydney).

1999: Tyalgum Festival, New South Wales. Featuring Con Spirit Oz Ensemble.

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