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Geography songs : for SATB choir

by Paul Stanhope (1995)

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Performance by Sydney Chamber Choir, Paul Stanhope from the CD Landscape's creatures

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Landscape's creatures / Sydney Chamber Choir ; Nicholas Routley, director.

Library shelf no. CD 846 [Available for loan]

Geography songs


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Geography songs : for SATB choir / Paul Stanhope.

Library shelf no. 782.55547/STA 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Withdrawn: the composer has withdrawn this work and it is no longer available for sale or public performance. Materials held in the Australian Music Centre's collection are for reference and research purposes only.

Year: 1995

Instrumentation: SSAATTBB choir (24-40 voices).

Duration: 21 min.

Difficulty: High standard chamber choir.

First performance: by Sydney Chamber Choir — Sep 97. Great Hall, University of Sydney

For reference and study purposes only. This version not for performance.

2nd movement commissioned by Arts Now Australia for the Australian Voices as a separate piece, 'Explorer's Journal'.

Winner of Australian Voices Festival Young Composer Award, 1995.

Earlier version received the Australian Voices Festival Young Composer Award in 1995.

Revised and two new movements added between 1995 and 1997. Replaced by shortened version in 2005.


Performances of this work

16 Sep 2011: at Brighton to Bondi (Sydney Town Hall). Featuring Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Brett Weymark.

Sep 97: Great Hall, University of Sydney. Featuring Sydney Chamber Choir.

5 May 95: Mayne Hall, University of Queensland, Brisbane. Featuring The Australian Voices.

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