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Syzygy Ensemble- Metaphysical Morsels

Event

Syzygy Ensemble- Metaphysical Morsels

  • Date: Sunday, 13 June 2010, 3pm
  • Venue: Guildford Lane Gallery — 20-24 Guildford Lane, Melbourne, VIC
  • Tickets: $25 full, $18 concession — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 0414 761 390

Event Details

Come see how music of our time can evoke emotional turmoil of other ages, other places and even other dimensions. Hindemith's Bassoon Sonata conjures up a lost world of medieval innoncence and introspection - a world smashed to pieces by the angry, defiant death-dances of Jolivet and Hindson. Abbot and Broadstock's contemplative, optimistic musings on the afterlife offer us a way forward. This is music that is alternatively good and rotten to its core, plumbing the rawest facets of the human condition. Prepare to be moved.

Featured non-Australian music: Jolivet 'Chant de Linos', Hindemith Sonata for bassoon (arr. bass clarinet)

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 0414 761 390 or by email to info@syzygyensemble.com

Featured Australian Works

All that is solid melts into air : for alto flute, bass clarinet and piano (1992) by Brenton Broadstock
— performed by Leigh Harrold, Julia Stoppa and Laila Engle
Death stench : for amplified flute, amplified clarinet in A and piano (1995) by Matthew Hindson
— performed by Leigh Harrold, Julia Stoppa and Laila Engle
Making angels : for flute, clarinet in B flat and piano (2001) by Katy Abbott
— performed by Leigh Harrold, Julia Stoppa and Laila Engle

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