Ice carving (multiple orchestras)
by Barry Conyngham (1970)
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performed by SSO/Wilfred Lehmann/Hopkins
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Library shelf no. CD 776 [Available for loan]
Instrumentation: Solo amplified violin, 4 orchestras; each 4/2 violins 1, 4/2 violins 2, 3/1 violas, 3/1 violoncellos, 2/1 double basses.
Duration: 14 min.
Depicts the ice sculptures that feature in Tokyo's Imperial Garden.
Article: Contrasting Composers Committed To Local Music
by Kelly Burke — © John Fairfax Holdings
Source: Source: Sydney Morning Herald, 9 June 1997 pg.5
Resonate article: Barry Conyngham on teaching, learning and the stuff of music by Anni Heino
- Has as subject/About: Japanese culture
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