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The Blue Mountains : orchestra

by Sally Greenaway (2010)

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Performance by Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra, Graham Ross from the CD Aubade & nocturne

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Aubade & nocturne / music of Sally Greenaway.

Library shelf no. CD 2621 [On loan, due 11/11/16]

Blue Mountains


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The Blue Mountains / Sally Greenaway.

Library shelf no. 784.2/GRE 3 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

This orchestral piece is inspired by the incredible landscape and beauty of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales. The opening moments from the strings describe the first light touching the far reaches of the mountains. It eventually evolves into a soaring melody when the valleys and mountains are fully drenched in the warmth of the sun, and the full beauty and of the scenery becomes a sight to behold.

Work Details

Year: 2010

Instrumentation: 2 flutes, oboe, cor anglais, 2 clarinets in B flat, 2 bassoons, 2 horns (optional 4), 2 trumpets, trombone, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, percussion (2 players), harp/celeste, strings.

Duration: 2 min.

Difficulty: Medium

First performance: by National Capital Orchestra, Leonard Weiss at National Capital Orchestra (Albert Hall, Canberra) on 26 Oct 2014

The composer notes the following about the work:
Filmic and pastoral.

Written originally for a film scoring project whilst the composer was living in London in 2010.


Performances of this work

26 Oct 2014: at National Capital Orchestra (Albert Hall, Canberra). Featuring National Capital Orchestra, Leonard Weiss.

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