three horizons : for violin and piano
by Chris Williams (2016)
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Library shelf no. 787.2/WIL 15 [Available for loan]
three horizons contains three concert pieces, with titles from three different Australian artists. The work was composed 'across three horizons' : England, Australia and the U.S.A.
Instrumentation: Violin, piano.
Duration: 16 min.
Contents note: cloud, ground, trees (3 min, 30 sec.) -- white sea bird (8 min.) -- valleys of the sky (chapels of pure light) (4 min.).
Dedication note: Dedicated to Rebecca Gill
Commission note: Commissioned by Rebecca Gill.. Commissioned by Rebecca Gill as winner of the Fine Music 102.5 Stefan Kruger Scholarship 2015
First performance: by Rebecca Gill, Paul Cheung at Three Horizons - Australian Music for Violin & Piano (The Rose Room) on 13 Aug 2016
Each piece may be played individually, in any combination, or as a set. If played as a set they should be dispersed through a program rather than necessarily played sequentially. There is no desired or preferred order, and it is the intention that the order be changed from program to program in order to best fit into the structure and character of a given program.
Resonate article: A piece half a lifetime in the making by Chris Williams and Rebecca Gill
Performances of this work
1 Oct 2016: at Three Horizons - Australian Music for Violin & Piano (Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room). Featuring Rebecca Gill, Paul Cheung.
25 Sep 2016: at Three Horizons - Australian Music for Violin & Piano (Wesley Music Centre). Featuring Paul Cheung, Rebecca Gill.
20 Aug 2016: at Three Horizons - Australian Music for Violin & Piano (Adamstown Uniting Church). Featuring Rebecca Gill, Paul Cheung.
13 Aug 2016: at Three Horizons - Australian Music for Violin & Piano (The Rose Room). Featuring Paul Cheung, Rebecca Gill.
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