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Three architects, op. 91a : for choir

by Andrew Schultz (2012)

Symphony no.3, and Three architects

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Symphony no.3, and Three architects / Andrew Schultz.

Library shelf no. CD 2445 [Available for loan]

Three architects, opus 91a

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Three architects, opus 91a : for choir / Andrew Schultz.

Library shelf no. 782.55542/SCH 13 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

The work is an unaccompanied setting of short texts by three Chicago architects: Daniel Burnham, Louis Sullivan and Walter Burley Griffin. Burnham and Sullivan inspired much of Griffin's work including his prize-winning design for the City of Canberra in 1912.

In its first performance in March 2013 for the Centenary of Canberra, each movement of Three Architects preceded the three movements of Symphony No 3 - Century by Andrew Schultz.

Work Details

Year: 2012

Instrumentation: Children's choir (SA) and Adult choir (SATB).All choral parts have occasional sections that are divisi.

Duration: 7 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Contents note: 1. Burnham - for children's choir (SA) (dur: 1'20") -- 2. Sullivan - for adult choir (SATB) (dur: 2'00") -- 3. Griffin - for children's and adult choir (SA-SATB) (dur: 3'00").

Commission note: Centenary of Canberra commission, ACT Government, 2013, composed for the Canberra Symphony Orchestra and Centenary Choir.

First performance: by Nicholas Milton — 11 Mar 13. Performance by the Canberra Symphony Orchestra and Centenary Choir for the Centenary of Canberra

Performances of this work

11 Mar 13: Performance by the Canberra Symphony Orchestra and Centenary Choir for the Centenary of Canberra. Featuring Nicholas Milton.

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