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Indigo invention, op. 83a : for violin and cello

by Andrew Schultz (2010)

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Performance by Susan Collins, Sue-Ellen Paulsen from the CD Violin sonata ; Indigo invention

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Indigo invention : for violin and cello / Andrew Schultz.

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Work Overview

Indigo Invention is a lyrical duet and was composed in September 2010 with the assistance of a Fellowship from the Australia Council for the Arts. It was written for Susan Collins (violin) and Sue-Ellen Paulsen (cello) who gave the work its first performance at Leighton Hall, the University of New South Wales in Sydney the following year. The duet is a short work of about five minutes duration and draws some of its material from the second movement of the large work, Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, Opus 83, written the previous year.

Work Details

Year: 2010

Instrumentation: Violin, cello.

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Written for: Susan Collins, Sue-Ellen Paulsen

Commission note: Commissioned with funds provided by Australia Council.

First performance: by Susan Collins, Sue-Ellen Paulsen at Indigo invention (Leighton Hall) on 26 Jul 2011

Performances of this work

4 Sep 2011: at Andrew Schultz (Newcastle Conservatorium Concert Hall). Featuring Susan Collins, Sue-Ellen Paulsen.

15 Aug 2011: at Kingfisher with Tamara Anna Cislowska (Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music - University of Tasmania). Featuring Susan Collins, Sue-Ellen Paulsen.

26 Jul 2011: at Indigo invention (Leighton Hall). Featuring Susan Collins, Sue-Ellen Paulsen.

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