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CIMF18: From the Letter to the Law
“From the Letter to the Law” is a series of three all-Australian mini recitals, featuring Roger Smalley's wry and witty song cycle about cats, string music by composer-in-residence Mary Finsterer, and, to conclude, an all-Australian harp selection.
National Library of Australia – 11 am:
Roger Smalley: Nine Lives (2007)
National Portrait Gallery – ca. 11.30 am:
Tract for cello solo (1993)
Spherica for 2 violins (2008)
High Court of Australia – ca. 12.00 pm:
Martin Wesley-Smith: Seven Widows at the Gates of Sugamo
Sharon Calcraft: Sevenfold Amen
Larry Sitsky: Perpetuum Mobile
Kate Howden, mezzo-soprano; Roland Peelman, piano
James Wannan, viola d’amore; Christopher Pidcock, cello
Veronique Serret, violin.
Seven Harp Ensemble directed by Alice Giles AM.
Featured Australian Works
|Fantasia No. 13: Perpetuum mobile : harp by Larry Sitsky|
|Ignis : string duo by Mary Finsterer — World premiere|
||Nine lives : a song cycle about cats (2007) by Roger Smalley|
— performed by Roland Peelman and Kate Howden
|Seven widows at the gates of Sugamo by Martin Wesley-Smith and Peter Wesley-Smith|
||Spherica I : violin duet (2008) by Mary Finsterer|
— performed by James Wannan and Veronique Serret
||Tract : cello solo (1993) by Mary Finsterer|
— performed by Christopher Pidcock
|Sevenfold Amen by Sharon Calcraft|
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