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Windmills of time : for string orchestra

by Philip Bracanin (2000)

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From the CD Works by Philip Bracanin.

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Library shelf no. CD 2976 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

Commissioned by Roy Wales, Windmills of Time was premiered in St. John's Smiths Square, London in November 2000. Composed in celebration of Roy Wales sixtieth birthday, it traverses a number of mood changes intended to capture the energy and enthusiasm of youth, the seeking out of life's goals and the nostalgia of more mature reflection. It is cast in arch form with the opening sections returning in retrograde order such that the beginning and ending are conjoined in a cycle through time, as if driven along by that most natural of elements, wind.

Work Details

Year: 2000

Instrumentation: String orchestra.

Duration: 14 min.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Roy Wales

Commission note: Commissioned by on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday

First performance: by Roy Wales, English Concert Orchestra — 11 Nov 00. St John’s Smith Square, London

Performances of this work

27 Oct 2010: at Southern Cross Philharmonia: Tapestries (Melba Hall). Featuring Southern Cross Philharmonia Orchestra, Gerald Gentry.

11 Nov 00: St John’s Smith Square, London. Featuring Roy Wales, English Concert Orchestra.

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