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I touched your glistening tears : soprano saxophone, cello and piano

by Brenton Broadstock (1998, this version: 2000)

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Performance by Stephen Robinson, Elyane Laussade from the CD Bright vessel

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Library shelf no. CD 1973 [Available for loan]

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I touched your glistening tears - : soprano saxophone, cello & piano / Brenton Broadstock

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Library shelf no. 785.2413/BRO 1 [Not for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1998, this version: 2000

Instrumentation: Soprano saxophone, cello, piano.

Duration: 9 min.

Written for: Barry Cockcroft

Performances of this work

Unknown date: Iwaki Auditorium, Southbank, Melbourne in November 2004, April 2005. Featuring Stephen Robinson, Elyane Laussade.

29 Nov 2012: at Brenton Broadstock - Celebration (Melbourne Recital Centre, Primrose Potter Salon). Featuring Syzygy Ensemble.

29 Nov 12: The Salon, Melbourne Recital Centre, VIC. Featuring Syzygy Ensemble.

14 Oct 2012: at Syzygy meets Greta Bradman (Lecture Hall, Port Fairy). Featuring Syzygy Ensemble.

23 Sep 2012: at Love your Locals (Richmond Uniting Church). Featuring Syzygy Ensemble.

5 Feb 2012: at Syzygy @ Stones of the Yarra Winery (Stones of the Yarra Valley). Featuring Syzygy Ensemble.

15 Aug 2010: at Syzygy Ensemble @ Winter in Banyule Arts festival (Banyule Art Space).

2005: featuring Barry Cockcroft.

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