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Concertino for piano and string orchestra (piano with string orchestra)

by Philip Bracanin (1983)

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Works by Philip Bracanin.

Library shelf no. CD 2976 [Available for loan]

Concertino for piano and string orchestra


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Concertino for piano and string orchestra / Philip Bracanin.

Library shelf no. 784.7262/BRA 1 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

Bracanin's Concertino for Piano and Strings is a reworking into one continuous movement of his first piano concerto which is a three movement work scored for piano & symphony orchestra. The revision was undertaken as the result of a commission and although it does not contain the varied orchestral timbres of the original, it gains somewhat structurally from being a tighter work. The composer retained both cadenzas of the original, and begins and concludes the Concertino with material from the final movement of the version with orchestra. Pianist Pamela Page premiered the full concerto in 190 with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Vanco Cavdarski.

Work Details

Year: 1983

Instrumentation: Solo piano, strings.

Duration: 14 min.

Contents note: Allegro assai -- Andante doloroso -- Allegro assai.

First performance: by Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra, Pamela Page — 1986.


Performances of this work

1986: featuring Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra, Pamela Page.

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