Nomura Garden I (solo piano)
by James Cuddeford (2005)
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Library shelf no. 786.2/CUD 1 [Available for loan]
For several years now I have loved and studied the aesthetics, history and design principles of Japanese Gardens. Nomura's immaculate private 400-year-old garden, which is attached to the samurai's house in Kanazawa in Japan, contains a small waterfall and can be contemplated from three contrasting viewing rooms. This solo piano work is the first in a three-part cycle which can be played either as independent movements or together as a triptych. James Cuddeford, 2005.
Duration: 10 min.
First performance: by Leigh Harrold — 23 May 05. The Firm Concert Series, Adelaide
- Inspired by: Japanese culture
Performances of this work
Unknown date: Elder Hall, University of Adelaide. Featuring Kristian Chong.
23 May 05: The Firm Concert Series, Adelaide. Featuring Leigh Harrold.
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