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Mondrian interiors : for solo harp, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon and piano

by Stuart Greenbaum (2007)

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Performance by Marshall McGuire, Southern Cross Soloists from the CD Music for large ensembles

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Work Details

Year: 2007

Instrumentation: Harp, oboe, clarinet in B flat, horn in F, bassoon, piano, image projection (optional).The eight movements are scored either for the full ensemble, solo harp or other varied subsets that this sextet allows.

Duration: 20 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Marshall McGuire, Southern Cross Soloists

Commission note: Commissioned by Southern Cross Soloists, Marshall McGuire with funds provided by Australia Council. Music Board.

First performance: by Marshall McGuire, Southern Cross Soloists — 16 May 07. Conservatorium Theatre, Southbank, Brisbane

Inspired by paintings by Dutch artist Piet Mondrian.


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Performances of this work

Unknown date: Melba Hall, University of Melbourne. Featuring Marshall McGuire, Southern Cross Soloists.

8 May 2014: at Australian Voices: Stuart Greenbaum (The Salon, Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring ANAM Musicians.

24 Jun 2011: at ANAM: Final Breath (Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM)). Featuring Musicians of the National Academy of Music.

14 Aug 2009: at Bangalow Music Festival Concert 1 (A&I Hall). Featuring Southern Cross Soloists, Marshall McGuire.

16 May 07: Conservatorium Theatre, Southbank, Brisbane. Featuring Marshall McGuire, Southern Cross Soloists.

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