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Air : for oboe and clarinet

by Paul Stanhope (2001)

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Performance by Diana Doherty, Alexandre Oguey from the CD Selected works by AMC represented artists, vol 11.

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Music for saxophones


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Music for saxophones / Paul Stanhope.

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Air : for oboe and clarinet / Paul Stanhope.

Library shelf no. Q 785.812/STA 1 [On loan, due 9/11/16]

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Work Overview

The title Air has a number of connotations: it can refer to the musical form Air or Aria or it also denotes breath - that which a wind instrument requires to work (and also to keep us alive!). The music extends out in long, overlapping lines which can be deceptively simple. A vocal or singing quaiity is a strong characterstic of the piece.

Work Details

Year: 2001

Instrumentation: Oboe, clarinet in B flat.

Duration: 4 min.

Difficulty: Medium

First performance: by Southern Cross Soloists — 18 Oct 01. Queensland Conservatorium Theatre

Performances of this work

18 Jul 2015: at Live from Sydney Town Hall (Sydney Town Hall). Featuring Nexus.

13 Sep 2014: at Emma Di Marco (Recital Hall East).

7 Jul 04: Melbourne Double Reed convention. Featuring Diana Doherty, Alexandre Oguey.

18 Oct 01: Queensland Conservatorium Theatre. Featuring Southern Cross Soloists.

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