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Joybox : for violin, cello and piano

by Harry Sdraulig (2017)

Work Overview

Joybox was commissioned for Musica Viva Australia under the auspices of the Ken Tribe Fund for Australian Composers. Predominantly, it is an energetic and fast-paced exploration of a single thematic idea which is subject to a multitude of transformations and interruptions. The title is derived from the word 'jukebox', and the rapid changes in mood and style may be likened to a jukebox quickly cycling through different musical tracks.

Work Details

Year: 2017

Instrumentation: Violin, cello, piano.

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Commission note: Commissioned by Musica Viva Australia with funds provided by Ken Tribe Fund for Australian Composers.

First performance: by Streeton Trio at Musica Viva: Streeton Trio (Elisabeth Murdoch Hall) on 3 Oct 2017

Performances of this work

3 Oct 2017: at Musica Viva: Streeton Trio (Elisabeth Murdoch Hall). Featuring Streeton Trio.

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