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Sinfonietta : for youth orchestra

by Mark Grandison (2003)

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Works for youth orchestra / Mark Grandison.

Library shelf no. CD 1207 [Available for loan]



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Sinfonietta : for youth orchestra / Mark Grandison.

Library shelf no. 784.44184/GRA 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

Four movements for youth orchestra in Neo-classical style. This is reflected in a marriage of classical forms, clear textures and simple rhythmic motifs with a more dissonant harmonic language, including the use of occasionally quirky chromaticism, polychords and modes.

Work Details

Year: 2003

Instrumentation: 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B flat, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, strings.

Duration: 15 min.

Difficulty: Medium — AMEB Grade 4-6.

Contents note: Mvt I - Allegro Sonata -- Mvt II - ‘Arietta’: Andante Cantabile -- Mvt III - ‘Minuet and Trio’: Allegretto Pesante -- Mvt IV - ‘Rondo Finale’: Presto.

Commission note: Commissioned by Sydney Youth Orchestra.. Commissioned for Peter Seymour Orchestra.

First performance: by Sydney Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, Steven Hillinger — 27 Jun 04. Parramatta Riverside Theatre


Performances of this work

Jul 07: Alexander Hall, Kambala. Featuring Kambala School Orchestra.

May 06: Auckland New Zealand. Featuring Whitehorse Orchestra.

27 Jun 04: Parramatta Riverside Theatre. Featuring Sydney Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, Steven Hillinger.

Sep 03: Verbruggen Hall. Featuring Sydney Youth Orchestra.

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