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Moon and ocean, op. 100, no. 3 (solo piano)

by Andrew Schultz (2017)

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Performance by Stephen Emmerson from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 87.

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Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 87.

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Work Overview

Moon and ocean for piano consists of two short pieces. It is the third work in a series of pairs of short pieces: Prelude and Postscript, Two Interludes and Moon and Ocean. They are all fairly subdued pieces and quite short - about 5 minutes per pair. Moon and ocean is based on a duet from a larger work, Southern Cantata (2017). The movement titles of the pieces come from the text (by Katherine Firth) for a duet in the cantata:

"The moon drowned in the ocean,
A silver coin.
Is water safer than land?"

Work Details

Year: 2017

Instrumentation: Piano.

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Contents note: 1. The moon drowned -- 2. In the ocean.

First performance: by Stephen Emmerson — 1 Sep 17. Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Brisbane

Performances of this work

1 Sep 17: Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Brisbane. Featuring Stephen Emmerson.

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