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AFCM 2017: Concert Crawl - Stories and Music
A social evening with two concerts performed in two Townsville churches. Enjoy a stroll between the two!
Anon 14th century Italian
Where is Everybody?
Set of dances from The English Dancing Master
Hildegard von Bingen
O Viridissima Virga
Lament from Seavaigers
Anon 12th century English
Scottish/Border Folk Trad/Crabb
Mary Scott, Flower of Yarrow
(extended variations by Matt Seattle)
Cuckold come out of the Amrey
Genevieve Lacey (recorder)
James Crabb (accordion)
Poul Høxbro (bones, frame drum, pipe & tabor, pipe and double pipe)
Concert 2 – St Joseph’s Church
The Romance of the Double Bass by Chekhov
(Surprise hit of last year’s Resonate series at the Utzon Room in the Sydney Opera House’). A reading of the short story, illustrated with music for two double basses with percussion.
from Seven Double Bass Duets
Kibbles and Kibbitz
Setting the Scene
George Frederick Handel/Timothy Constable
Air from Suite in D minor HMV 428
Johann Sebastian Bach/Christian Petzold
Minuet in G minor
Double Double Bass
Franz Liszt/Kees Boersma
Hungarian Rhapsody No.2
Kirsty McCahon (double bass)
Kees Boersma (double bass)
Timothy Constable (percussion)
Featured non-Australian music: Diego Ortiz, John Playford, von Bingen, Sally Beamish, Dave Anderson, Handel, Bach, Liszt, Bottesini
Featured Australian Works
||Adrift (solo piano) (2013) by Elena Kats-Chernin|
|Double double bass : excerpt from 'Serenade for Tenor, Saxophone and Orchestra (My Dear Benjamin)' (2015) by Lyle Chan|
||Mystic spring : songs and dances for a treble woodwind (2006) ['Jerry's dance song', 'Johannes' dance song', 'Arabesque', 'Ngala'] by Ross Edwards|
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