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All is one and one is all : for a cappella SATB choir

by Matthew Orlovich (2008)

All is one and one is all

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All is one and one is all : for a cappella SATB choir / Matthew Orlovich.

Library shelf no. 782.55542/ORL 5 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

A setting of 'Rainforest', a poem by Australian poet, Judith Wright. The work begins with a choral soundscape of water and rainforest birds. From this sonic backdrop, a lively rhythm is sung which carries through into the melodic setting of the verses. The sounds of water and birds in the rainforest return in the closing bars to form a frame for the work.

Work Details

Year: 2008

Instrumentation: SATB choir.

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Medium — High School/College/University Choir/Professional Choir

Commission note: Commissioned by Ars Musica Australis for performance by In Harmony Choir.. Commissioned by Ars Musica Australis for performance by In Harmony Choir.

First performance: by In Harmony Choir, Rachelle Elliott at In Harmony Choir (Riverside Theatres, Parramatta) on 22 Mar 2009

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Performances of this work

20 Nov 2011: at Back to Hunter's Hill Picnic on the Harbour (Clarkes Point Reserve). Featuring Joubert Singers.

19 Sep 2010: at Joubert Singers (Villa Maria Catholic Church).

21 Mar 2010: at In Harmony concert (Riverside Theatres, Parramatta).

12 May 2009: at Sydney New Philharmonic Choir and Joubert Singers (St Mary's Catholic Church - North Sydney).

19 Apr 2009: at Joubert Singers (Nowra School of Arts). Featuring Rachelle Elliott, Joubert Singers.

22 Mar 2009: at In Harmony Choir (Riverside Theatres, Parramatta). Featuring Rachelle Elliott, In Harmony Choir.

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