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On winter's traces

by Andrew Ford (2009)

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Performance by Australia Ensemble from the CD Works by various composers

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Work Details

Year: 2009

Duration: 6 min.

Title comes from Alexander Swinburne's poem 'Atalanta in Calydon'.

Analysis

Resonate article: Australia Ensemble 30 years by Geoffrey Gartner

Performances of this work

8 Oct 2019: at Australia Ensemble @UNSW (Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW). Featuring Australia Ensemble.

27 Oct 2011: at Sydney Symphony Education Program Concert (Eugene Goossens Hall). Featuring Sydney Symphony.

26 Oct 2011: at Sydney Symphony Education Program Concert (Eugene Goossens Hall). Featuring Sydney Symphony.

25 Oct 2011: at Sydney Symphony Education Program Concert (Eugene Goossens Hall). Featuring Sydney Symphony.

12 Sep 2009: at Australia Ensemble @ UNSW (Sir John Clancy Auditorium). Featuring Australia Ensemble.

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