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Three Pieces for New England : for SA children's choir, cello and piano

by Luke Byrne (2016)

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Work Overview

'As commissioned composer of the Primary work, Luke Byrne travelled around New England viewing some of the iconic sights including our waterfalls, historic towns, buildings and landmarks, and the beautiful autumn colours. The resultant work "Three Pieces for New England" pays homage to our unique history and region through Signor Vertelli's tightrope walk across Dangar's Falls ("Remarkable"), the little church at Gostwyck Station ("Gostwyck") and the beautiful sunsets and clear night skies ("Nightfires")'. Corinne Arter

Work Details

Year: 2016

Instrumentation: Treble choir (SSA divisi with ossia), piano, cello.

Duration: 10 min.

Difficulty: Medium — Virtuosic piano part and cello part

Contents note: 1. Remarkable -- 2. Gostwyck -- Cadenza (for solo cello) -- 3. Nightfires.

Commission note: Commissioned by New England Conservatorium of Music.. This work was commissioned for the Combined Primary Choir in 'New England Sings' 2016

First performance: by New England Sings, Deidre Rickards, Robert Jackson, Luke Byrne — 16 Oct 16. 'New England Sings', Lazenby Hall, University of New England, Armidale NSW

Performances of this work

16 Oct 16: 'New England Sings', Lazenby Hall, University of New England, Armidale NSW. Featuring New England Sings, Deidre Rickards, Robert Jackson, Luke Byrne.

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