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Autostrada waltz

by Stephen Lalor (1988)

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Performance by Victoria Jacono-Gilmovich, John Martin from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 44.

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- Clarinet with piano

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- Flute with piano

- Piano Trios

- Violin with piano

- Duos: Guitar, violin

- Quintets: Clarinet, 2 violins, viola, cello

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Work Overview

Autostrada Waltz is an arrangement by the composer of his Waltz for piano. The quirky combination of tonalities and shifts of rhythmic patterns are features of Stephen Lalor's work. Autostrada Waltz has been recorded by several performers, notably Victoria Jacono-Gilmovitch (violin) & John Martin (piano).

Work Details

Year: 1988

Duration: 3-4 min.

The composer notes the following influences on this work: The waltzes of Prokofiev & Shostakovitch. Stephen Lalor's primary composition study was at the Tchaikovsky Conservatorium, Kiev, so his writing is imbued more with the Russian tradition than any other.

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Ballade and Autostrada waltz
 

Performances of this work

31 Jul 2022: at Mosman Concert Series (Sacred Heart Church Hall (Mosman)). Featuring Francesco Celata, Chanterelle String Quartet.

5 May 2013: at Italian Masterpieces (Leichhardt Town Hall). Featuring Giuseppe Zangari, Victoria Jacono-Gilmovich.

7 Oct 2012: at Rags, Romance and Blues (Sydney Grammar School). Featuring John Martin, Victoria Jacono-Gilmovich.

7 Oct 12: Sydney Grammar School, Sydney. Featuring Jacono-Martin Duo.

2009: Edinburgh Festival. Featuring Alison Stephens.

Jul 91: 'Late Night Live' on ABC Radio.. Featuring Stephen Lalor, Louise Johnson.

1990: ABC radio "Late Night Live". Featuring Louise Johnson, Stephen Lalor.

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The Scotsman on Lalor's Ballade and Autostrada Waltz

Posted by Anni Heino on 9 September, 2009

'Then there was Stephen Lalor’s Ballade, entering on sonorous harp strings and developing into a lush melody – road music, you might say (we were told to imagine the mandolin as a small Fiat), which swerved suddenly into his engagingly eccentric Autostrada Waltz.' (Jim Gilchrist, The Scotsman 18 August 2009)