Kolo Kolo : for string quartet
by Stephen Lalor (2009, this version: 2013)
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Performance by Chanterelle String Quartet from the CD Selected works by AMC represented artists, vol. 33.
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Kolo Kolo for Mandolin Orchestra is based around two pripyevs or melodic links which are commonly used by Balkan musicians to merge one song into another song or section. Stephen Lalor has used this as raw material in a lively piece for mandolin orchestra which also reflects the ornamental & improvisational style of playing the tambura, which is the Balkan equivalent of the mandolin.
Year: 2009, this version: 2013
Instrumentation: 2 violins, viola, cello.
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — For advanced student/professional
Kolo Kolo has been performed as the third movement in a set of pieces for String Quartet, along with Bukovina Odyssey and Flying.
Kolo Kolo, by Stephen Lalor
Performances of this work
12 Nov 2017: at Chanterelle String Quartet play Lalor, Vivaldi, Bridge (St Augustine’s Catholic Church (Balmain)). Featuring Chanterelle String Quartet.
20 Sep 13: Opera Theatre Northern Foyer (Mural level), Sydney Opera House, NSW. Featuring Chanterelle String Quartet.
21 Sep 12: Manly Art Gallery, NSW. Featuring Volatinsky Trio.
6 Jul 2012: at Stephen Lalor (solo mandolin), with Mark & Beverly Davis (USA) (St Stephen's Uniting Church (Sydney)). Featuring Stephen Lalor, Mark Davis, Beverly Davis.
20 Nov 2011: at The Volatinsky Trio (Camelot (Marrickville)).
5 Jul 2011: at Music by Stephen Lalor at the Bulgakov Museum (Bulgakov Museum).
5 Feb 2011: at The Volatinsky Trio (Blacktown Arts Centre).
6 Jun 2010: at Eurofest Zupfmusik 2010 (Holzmarkt Bruchsal).
5 Jun 10: Performed by Stephen Lalor & ensemble at BDZ Eurofest, Bruchsal Germany
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