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Seeds of passion : cello solo

by Andrián Pertout (1999)

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Performance by Rachel Atkinson from the CD Rear vision

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Rear vision / Melbourne Composers' League.

Library shelf no. CD 1947 [Available for loan]

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Seeds of passion : for amplified violoncello / Andrián Pertout.

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Library shelf no. 787.4/PER 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1999

Instrumentation: Amplified violoncello.

Duration: 4 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional.

First performance: by Michelle John — 9 Oct 00. Melba Hall, University of Melbourne

This work reached the finals of the 2001 Hultgren Solo Cello Biennial (Birmingham, USA).

Performances of this work

7 Aug 2015: at Concert For Violin And Electronics - C.M. Rizzi & N. Monopoli (St Stephen's Anglican Church, Richmond). Featuring Carmine Marcello Rizzi.

7 Aug 2015: at In Limine Concert 2: Beyond Musical Frontiers (St Stephen's Anglican Church, Richmond). Featuring Carmine Marcello Rizzi.

22 Nov 2014: at Elbow Room (The Wesley Anne). Featuring Peter Simondson.

7 Sep 2014: at Melbourne Composers Concert (Flockhart Hall, Methodist Ladies College (MLC)). Featuring Johanna Selleck.

28 Nov 04: Iwaki Auditorium, Southbank, Melbourne. Featuring Rachel Atkinson.

9 Oct 00: Melba Hall, University of Melbourne. Featuring Michelle John.

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