Green afternoon : from the Divine Garden Collection
by Katherine Rawlings (2015)
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Library shelf no. 786.2/RAW 16 [Available for loan]
Green Afternoon is my own subjective musical
representation and interpretation of Roseline Koeners's "green
image" from her Cantatas for a Divine Garden. The music
represents rain drops, water ripples, breeze, playful children,
the melting of winter snow and the beginning of spring. The water
flows, the flowers grow and animals and children are playful and
happy in the sun and by the water.
The daily compositional process for this piece and more information about the Koener Collaboration is documented on www.katherinerawlings.com/blog
Duration: 9 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Grade 7 or 8 AMEB
Dedication note: For my daughter Genevieve who loves to dance
The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Debussy, impressionist era. The art of Roseline Koener. Thematic, emotive.
A copy of the Roseline Koener Green image may be used to accompany program notes or projected on screen for performances. In instances where Koener’s image is used, she must be acknowledged as the creator of the image. eg. Image Green by Roseline Koener from her collection Cantatas for a Divine Garden.
- Has as subject/About: Visual arts works
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