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Moby Dick : SATB choir with orchestra

by Christopher Gordon (1997)

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Performance by Sydney Chamber Choir, Nicholas Routley from the CD Moby Dick

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Moby Dick


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Moby Dick / music composed by Christopher Gordon

Library shelf no. CD 897 [Available for loan]

Symphonic suite from Moby Dick


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Symphonic suite from Moby Dick / Christopher Gordon.

Library shelf no. Q 784.2/GOR 2 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1997

Instrumentation: 3 flutes (1st doubling piccolo/alto flute/bass flute, 3rd doubling piccolo), 3 oboes (1st and 3rd doubling cor anglais), 3 clarinets (1st and 3rd doubling bass clarinet), 3 bassoons (3rd doubling contra-bassoon), 6 horns (2nd and 4th doubling bass Wagner tuba, 5th and 6th doubling tenor Wagner tuba), 3 trumpets in C (1st doubling piccolo trumpet in B flat), 4 trombones (1st doubling bass trombone in C), bass trombone, timpani, percussion (3 players), harp, strings, SATB choir.

Duration: 74 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional.

First performance: by Sydney Chamber Choir, Nicholas Routley — Nov 07. Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Ultimo Centre, Sydney

This score has been created from the original manuscripts to be read while listening to the soundtrack album. It is not for performance.

Winner of APRA Music Award for 'Best TV Theme' (1999) ; and Australian Guild of Screen Composers' Australian Screen Music Award for 'Best Music for a Mini-series or Telemovie', and 'Best Music for an Original Title Theme, Composed for a TV Series, Serial or Mini-series' (1998).


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