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Invisible dances (septets: flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, harp, violin, cello)

by Tim Dargaville (2006)

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Performance by Paul Stanhope, Sonic Art Ensemble from the CD Invisible dances and other works

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Work Details

Year: 2006

Instrumentation: Flute, clarinet in B flat, violin, cello, harp, piano, percussion (1 player).

Duration: 13 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional.

Commission note: Commissioned by Sonic Art Ensemble.

First performance: by Paul Stanhope, Sonic Art Ensemble — 5 Aug 06. Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Performances of this work

14 Jul 2019: at Spin me a yarn of the Ocean and The Invisible Dances (Concord School, Bundoora). Featuring Arcko Symphonic Ensemble.

13 Jul 2019: at Spin me a yarn of the Ocean and The Invisible Dances (Concord School, Bundoora).

10 May 2014: at Arkco Symphonic Ensemble: Chamber View 4 (Richmond Uniting Church). Featuring Arcko Symphonic Ensemble.

27 Apr 2014: at Arcko Symphonic: Chamber View 4 (Wesley of Warragul). Featuring Arcko Symphonic Ensemble.

2 Jun 13: Reading Room, Fitzroy Town Hall, VIC. Featuring Arcko Symphonic Ensemble.

1 Jun 13: Reading Room, Fitzroy Town Hall, VIC. Featuring Arcko Symphonic Ensemble.

5 Aug 06: Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Featuring Paul Stanhope, Sonic Art Ensemble.

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