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Organ Sonata 1 : organ solo

by Andrew Batterham (1995)

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Work Overview

This piece utilises developmental variation form. The opening theme is developed in Variation 1, then each succeeding variation is based on the last. This allows for the organic exploration of an idea across the whole sound spectrum of a pipe organ, with the Postlude unrelated to the Thema yet arrived at through a logical musical journey.

Written for organist and scientist Robin Batterham, the work was premiered by him at Ormond College Chapel, Melbourne, in 1995. Other performances include the Sydney Organ Competition and at St Patrick's Basilica Fremantle by Dominic Perissinotto, who also generously typeset the original score.

Work Details

Year: 1995

Instrumentation: Pipe-organ

Duration: 12 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

First performance: by Robin Batterham — 15 Oct 95. Ormond College Chapel, University of Melbourne

Previously titled: Sonata for solo organ and/or Sonata 1 for Pipe Organ

Revised and re-titled in 2018.

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Performances of this work

1 Oct 18: Sydney Organ Competition. Featuring Tyler Boehmer.

15 Oct 95: Ormond College Chapel, University of Melbourne. Featuring Robin Batterham.

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