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Two-part invention : for solo piano

by Stephen Lalor (1998)

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Performance by Volatinsky Trio from the CD Troika

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Troika / The Volatinsky Trio.

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Two-part invention

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Two-part invention : for solo piano / by Stephen Lalor.

Library shelf no. 786.2/LAL 4 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1998

Instrumentation: Piano.

Duration: 4 min.

Difficulty: Medium — 6th grade AMEB.

First performance: by Stephen Lalor — 29 May 98. SITE Concert, EORA Centre, Sydney

Performances of this work

28 Nov 2015: at Sydney Symphony Orchestra Nightlounge Concert (Sydney Opera House, Concert Hall North Foyer).

11 Oct 2015: at PLEKTRA in Concert (Glebe Justice Centre). Featuring Plektra Mandolin Ensemble.

2 Nov 2012: at Stephen Lalor & Plektra (St Stephen's Uniting Church (Sydney)). Featuring Stephen Lalor, Plektra Mandolin Ensemble.

29 Jul 12: Blessed Sacrament Church, Mosman, NSW Australia.

6 Jul 2012: at Stephen Lalor (solo mandolin), with Mark & Beverly Davis (USA) (St Stephen's Uniting Church (Sydney)). Featuring Stephen Lalor, Beverly Davis, Mark Davis.

5 Feb 2011: at The Volatinsky Trio (Blacktown Arts Centre).

Mar 06: St Andrews Cathedral, Sydney. Featuring Elizabeth Jones, Stephen Lalor.

29 May 98: SITE Concert, EORA Centre, Sydney. Featuring Stephen Lalor.

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