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Gallipoli Songs

Event

Gallipoli Songs

  • Date: Wednesday, 24 April 2019, 6:30pm
  • Venue: Dubbo RSL Club — Cnr Brisbane Street & Wingewarra Street, Dubbo, NSW
  • Tickets: $30 adult, $20 concession

Event Details

A dramatic and emotional journey

In 2014, Ayse Göknur Shanal embarked on a personal quest, asking composers of Australian, New Zealand and Turkish heritage to write new works to commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC landing in Gallipoli.

This performance takes the listener on a dramatic and emotional journey through the landscapes of Turkey and back home.

Artists

Ayse Göknur Shanal, soprano
Patrick Keith, piano

Program

Traditional - Hey Onbesli
John Wayne Dixon - Songs for the Anzac Centenary, Op.33, No.1; Songs for the Anzac Centenary, Op.33, No.2
Henri Duparc - Au pays où se fait la guerre
Erberk Eryılmaz - Songs Are Against War
Ross Fiddes - These Men
Traditional - Turkish Folksong – Çanakkale Türküsü
Diana Blom - Remembrances Four

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre

Featured non-Australian music: Henri Duparc, Erberk Eryılmaz

Featured Australian Works

Remembrances four : song cycle for soprano and piano (2015) by Diana Blom
— performed by Patrick Keith and Ayse Gӧknur Shanal
These men : A song cycle to commemorate the centenary of the 1915 Gallipoli campaign by ANZAC forces (2014) by Ross Fiddes
— performed by Patrick Keith and Ayse Gӧknur Shanal
 Songs for the Anzac Centenary by John Wayne Dixon

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