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Fantasy trio : for violin, violoncello and piano

by Miriam Hyde (1933)

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Work Details

Year: 1933

Instrumentation: Piano, violin, cello.

Duration: 11 min.

Dedication note: To Arved Kurtz

First performance: 1935. London Musical Club

Also known as: Fantasy trio in B minor, op. 26.

Performances of this work

14 Nov 2012: at Australian Voices - Miriam Hyde curated by William Hennessy (Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Musicians of the National Academy of Music.

21 May 2011: at Trio Anima Mundi - Noble Connections (Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Miranda Brockman, Rochelle Bryson, Kenji Fujimura.

19 Nov 2009: at Trioz (James O Fairfax Theatre). Featuring Kathryn Selby, Niki Vasilakis, Emma-Jane Murphy.

15 Nov 2009: at Trioz (Turramurra Uniting Church). Featuring Niki Vasilakis, Emma-Jane Murphy, Kathryn Selby.

11 Nov 2009: at Trioz (Melba Hall). Featuring Kathryn Selby, Emma-Jane Murphy, Niki Vasilakis.

10 Nov 2009: at Trioz (City Recital Hall Angel Place). Featuring Kathryn Selby, Niki Vasilakis, Emma-Jane Murphy.

8 Nov 2009: at Trioz (Elder Hall). Featuring Emma-Jane Murphy, Niki Vasilakis, Kathryn Selby.

7 Nov 2009: at Trioz (Recital Room - Oxley College). Featuring Niki Vasilakis, Emma-Jane Murphy, Kathryn Selby.

1935: London Musical Club

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