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Work

Nightsongs : four collected duos for guitar

by Richard Charlton (2002)

Audio Sample

Performance by Duo Lenz from the CD From the summer solstice

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CD

From the summer solstice / Duo Lenz.

Library shelf no. CD 1749 [Available for loan]

Nightsongs

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Score

Nightsongs : four collected guitar duets / by Richard Charlton.

Library shelf no. 785.78712/CHA 3 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

This work comprises a collection of four concert duos written over a period of time from 1996 to 2002.

Work Details

Year: 2002

Instrumentation: 2 guitars.

Duration: 23 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Difficulty level varies between movements from tertiary to professional

Contents note: Refractions -- Romanza -- Nightsongs -- Spiral ellipse.

Refractions: "For Catherine & Silvina Strano" ; Romanza: "Original version composed for Raffaele & Janet Agostino, later reworked for Gareth Koch and 'Saffire'" ; Nightsongs: "For Peter Constant & Marion Schaap (Z.O.O. Duo)" ; Spiral ellipse: "For the 'Duo Lenz'".

Analysis

Program note: Richard Charlton's "Nightsongs"
program note by the composer

Performances of this work

6 Jun 2020: at Melbourne Guitar Festival Livestream (Live streaming event (online only)). Featuring Ziggy Johnston, Miles Johnston.

26 Feb 2018: at Australian Impressions (Melbourne Recital Centre, Primrose Potter Salon). Featuring Ziggy Johnston, Miles Johnston.

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