The tragic tale of Leopold Ladybug (quartets: clarinet, piano, violin, cello)
by Paul Kopetz (2010)
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While sitting on the pier in Fremantle, lost in his own insect-thoughts, Leopold spots the most beautiful creature he has ever seen...a gleaming Spanish mackerel. Being a hopeless romantic (as all male ladybugs are) he instantly falls in love with this piscatorial beauty. Alas, his outpouring of passion goes unnoticed; the mackerel glides away into the murky depths of the ocean, leaving Leopold heartbroken. Will he do the unthinkable...?
Instrumentation: Violin, clarinet, cello, piano.
Duration: 6 min.
First performance: by Collusion — 21 May 10. Brisbane
Also in versions for String orchestra ; and String orchestra with piano
Performances of this work
21 May 10: Brisbane. Featuring Collusion.
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