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Stick dance 1, op. 22a : for clarinet in B flat, marimba and piano

by Andrew Schultz (1987)

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Performance by Floyd Williams, Stephen Emmerson, David Montgomery from the CD Dreamtracks

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Work Overview

Stick Dance exists in three versions - each is somewhat different to the other. It was originally written in 1987 for clarinet, marimba, piano but that first version was based on Shadow's Dance (clarinet, violin, piano, 1985) which has since been withdrawn. Stick Dance 2 was a 1989 reworking of Stick Dance for the Musica Troppo ensemble with a scoring of clarinet, viola and piano; Stick Dance 2 was subsequently revised in 2005 for Dean-Emmerson-Dean with the same scoring for clarinet, viola and piano. Stick Dance 3 (clarinet, violin, piano, 1992) is another later version written for the Park Lane Group concerts in London. It should be noted that each version is more than a reorchestration but a reworking of the original.

Work Details

Year: 1987

Instrumentation: Clarinet in B flat, marimba, piano.

Duration: 9 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Moderate/difficult.

First performance: Aug 87. Musica Nova Festival, Brisbane

Work revised July 2017

Performances of this work

16 Oct 12: Melbourne Recital Centre, VIC. Featuring Musicians of the National Academy of Music.

Aug 87: Musica Nova Festival, Brisbane

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