Five bagatelles : for solo piano
by Natalie Williams (2010)
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The Five Bagatelles for Solo Piano were written as short reflections on scenes remembered from Australia. Each movement portrays a memory from the natural landscape that I observed travelling through my home country.
Duration: 12 min.
Contents note: Tintinara (3 min., 15 sec.) -- Aqua doubles (2 min.) -- Whirly-whirly dances (1 min., 20 sec.) -- Vicious cinders burning -- Lunar blazes.
First performance: by Brian Ciach — 11 Mar 10. Doctoral recital, Merrill Hall, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University (USA)
Five Bagatelles was composed for the composer's Doctoral recital at Indiana University in the Spring semester of 2010.
Performances of this work
11 Mar 10: Doctoral recital, Merrill Hall, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University (USA). Featuring Brian Ciach.
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