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Wild winged-one : Aria for trumpet in C with wacky whistle

by Liza Lim (2007)

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Performance by Tristram Williams from the CD Strange forces

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Wild winged-one


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Wild winged-one : aria for trumpet in C (with wacky whistle) / Liza Lim

Library shelf no. 788.92/LIM 1 [Available for loan]

Work Details

Year: 2007

Instrumentation: Trumpet in C, (also playing wacky whistle).

Duration: 8 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional

Dedication note: Dedicated to Lyndon Terracini

First performance: by Nathan Plante — 6 Sep 07. Asiatisches Museum Berlin, as part of the events of Asia-Pacific Week 2007

Based on materials from The Navigator opera and includes the word 'inside' from the libretto by Patricia Sykes.

Written as part of a DAAD artist-in-residence in Berlin.


Resonate article: Elision in Session by Mark Viggiani

Performances of this work

29 May 2019: at ELISION in Taiwan: Marathon Concert (Forum Music, Taipei). Featuring Tristram Williams.

4 Sep 2015: at BIFEM: Cushion Concert - Callum G’Froerer (The Banquet Room). Featuring Callum G'Froerer.

1 Aug 15: featuring Tristram Williams.

1 Aug 2015: at AFCM: Concert Conversations with Piers Lane 1 (Townsville Civic Theatre). Featuring Tristram Williams.

14 Mar 2015: at Philtres (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)). Featuring Callum G'Froerer.

28 Jul 2009: at ELISION in Session (Iwaki Auditorium).

22 Mar 2009: at Sehnsucht Berlin (Kino Babylon (Berlin)). Featuring Ales Steger.

25 Nov 2008: at Beyond 200 - Ricordi Anniversary (Hall 2, Kings Place). Featuring Tristram Williams.

6 Sep 07: Asiatisches Museum Berlin, as part of the events of Asia-Pacific Week 2007. Featuring Nathan Plante.

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