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Peace on Earth : for SATB and ensemble

by Christopher Gordon (2001, this version: 2010)

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From the CD Peace on Earth

This sample is of the Treble Choir with orchestra version of this work

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Peace on Earth / Christopher Gordon.

Version: This product features the Treble Choir with orchestra version of this work

Library shelf no. CD 895 [Available for loan]

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Peace on Earth : for choir and ensemble, 2010 version / Christopher Gordon.

Library shelf no. Q 782.554/GOR 2 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 2001, this version: 2010

Instrumentation: 2010 Version: Choir, 2 pianos, percussion (2-3 players), strings (minimum the Treble Voices or the SATB vocal scores may be used, or both combined.

Duration: 8 min.

Commission note: Commissioned by Gondwana Choirs.

First performance: by Sydney Children's Choir, Lyn Williams at Voices of Celebration (Sydney Opera House, Concert Hall) on 17 Jun 2010

2012 Version: arrangement made for Moorambilla Festival Choirs and Musicians, Coonamble NSW, September 2012

Performances of this work

20 Sep 2012: at Moorambilla Festival (Various venues in Coonamble, NSW). Featuring Moorambilla Voices.

13 May 2012: at Peace on Earth (Canberra Girls' Grammar School).

11 May 12: Various venues in Canberra, ACT

17 Jun 2010: at Voices of Celebration (Sydney Opera House, Concert Hall). Featuring Lyn Williams, Sydney Children's Choir.

6 Dec 01: Sydney Opera House. Featuring Gondwana Voices, Sydney Children's Choir, Sydney Symphony, Lyn Williams.

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