How can you catch the wind? : for solo voice and piano
by Dan Walker (2008)
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This work was written as part of a composer-in-residence program at All Saint's Anglican College, Perth. The text, written by the composer, explores the beauty of the outdoors: the West Coast ocean breezes, the clear skies at night, and how these things of beauty meant so much more to the early ocean-going explorers of the West Australian Coast. The melody is strophic and simple, almost folksong-like, with a faster contrasting middle section. The Mixed-voice version would suit a high school or tertiary-level ensemble.
Instrumentation: Soprano voice, piano.(Could be performed by voice other than soprano).
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Medium — This work would suit a secondary school vocal student; some rhythmic difficulty and mixed metre
Performances of this work
2008: St Andrew's Uniting Church, Perth. Featuring All Saints’ Singers.
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