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Into the Dreaming : for solo cello

by Peter Sculthorpe (1993)

Also known as: For cello alone ; Cello dreaming

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Performance by David Pereira from the CD Cello dreaming

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Cello dreaming


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Cello dreaming / David Pereira, cello.

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Into the dreaming : solo cello / Peter Sculthorpe

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Work Details

Year: 1993

Instrumentation: Cello.

Duration: 3 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Dedication note: To the memory of Lilian Peart

Commission note: Written upon a request from Belinda Webster, As part of her 'Uluru' project.

First performance: by David Pereira — 17 Oct 93. Concert known as 'Uluru', in the Eugene Goossens Hall, Sydney

Previously known as: Cello dreaming, and as For cello alone.


Performances of this work

3 Apr 2016: at Lyrebird Music Society: Inventi Ensemble (Wyselaskie Auditorium). Featuring Paul Zabrowarny.

2 Jun 2015: at ANAM recital: Gemma Tomlinson (South Melbourne Town Hall). Featuring Gemma Tomlinson.

15 Feb 2015: at Marshall McGuire and Friends (Sydney Opera House - Utzon Room). Featuring Marshall McGuire.

9 Oct 13: featuring Sarah Kim.

5 Oct 2013: at 2013 ABC Symphony Australia Young Performers Awards (Iwaki Auditorium). Featuring Sarah Kim.

6 Apr 2013: at alone|together (THE BOX Art Space). Featuring Braxton Neate.

19 May 2012: at Sculthorpe - music for Guitar (Albert Hall, Canberra). Featuring Aleksandr Tsiboulski.

11 May 12: Various venues in Canberra, ACT

23 Feb 94: Wigmore Hall, London. Featuring John Williams.

17 Oct 93: Concert known as 'Uluru', in the Eugene Goossens Hall, Sydney. Featuring David Pereira.

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