After Tracy (trios: guitar, violin, cello)
by Ian Seaborn (1999)
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Library shelf no. CD 2334 [Available for loan]
The composer lived and worked in Darwin in 1977 and witnessed the devastating effect of Cyclone Tracy on the psche of the population. The two movements of this composition are intended to express the conflicting emotions of the people who had lost homes, businesses and loved ones but still possessed the enormous energy required to rebuild their lives.
Instrumentation: Violin, cello, classical guitar.
Duration: 5 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — The string parts are of moderate difficulty. The guitar part has rapid chord changes and a solo in the second movement that requires strength.
Contents note: 1. Introspection -- 2. Restoration.
The work was a Finalist in 1999 Darwin International Guitar Festival Composers' Competition
- Has as subject/About: Northern Territory
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