Ulpirra : for solo oboe
by Ross Edwards (1993)
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Duration: 2 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — AMEB Grade 8+
Dedication note: Dedicated to Jo Dudley
First performance: by Diana Doherty — 1 Mar 99. Sydney Conservatorium Recital Hall
Ulpirra is an Aboriginal word meaning pipe or flute.
Originally conceived as a recorder piece for Jo Dudley.
- Influenced by: Indigenous Australian Culture
Performances of this work
13 Mar 2016: at The Enchanted Flute - Melissa Doecke & Mark Isaacs (Customs House (Brisbane)). Featuring Melissa Doecke.
9 Mar 2016: at Ulpirra Sonatines - Australian & French flute music (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Melissa Doecke.
24 Jan 2016: at Skimming: A Recital of Australian piccolo music by Melanie Walters (Auditorium of the Australian Institute of Music, Melbourne). Featuring Melanie Walters.
9 Oct 2014: at Peter Sculthorpe - A Celebration of a Life with Music (Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts). Featuring Leanne Nicholls.
14 Oct 2012: at Exchanges of Breath’ "تبادل نفسها" (Flockhart Hall, Methodist Ladies College (MLC)).
1 Mar 99: Sydney Conservatorium Recital Hall. Featuring Diana Doherty.
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