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Sunburnt aftertones

by Katy Abbott (2001)

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Performance by Syzygy Ensemble, Aaron Barndon, Caerwen Martin, Arwen Johnston from the CD Sunburnt aftertones

This sample is of the Sextets: Flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin, cello version of this work

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Sunburnt aftertones / Katy Abbott.

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Sunburnt aftertones : for mixed sextet / Katy Abbott.

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Work Overview

Representing the intense and sometimes unrelenting heat of the Australian summer, Sunburnt Aftertones was composed for the Zurich Ensemble of New Music at the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) Composer's Seminar in October 2001.

Work Details

Year: 2001

Duration: 6-60 min.

Awards & Prizes

Year Award Placing Awarded for/to
2001 Dorian le Gallienne Composition Award Recipient Katy Abbott

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Performances of this work

10 Oct 01: South Melbourne Town Hall, as part of ANAM composers seminar.. Featuring Zurich Ensemble for New Music.

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