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Twenty Twenty : guitar solo

by Robert Davidson (2020)

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From the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 134

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Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 134 / Noteperformer (MIDI) reference recordings by Robert Davidson.

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Twenty Twenty : for solo guitar / Robert Davidson.

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Work Overview

Very accessible both to perform and to listen to. As COVID-19 suddenly shocked the world into lockdown, hitting Australia in March 2020 (just as the catastrophic bushfires were abating, though not the damage they had caused), I was planning my daughter's 21st birthday party. It had to be cancelled, and the isolation circumstances kept me away from her for weeks or months at a time. In April, I composed this piece for her as a celebration of her life as she turned 21. The music has a lot of fatherly pride. But I can also now hear a lot of melancholy in the music, capturing the profound separation and isolation I was feeling, as we all were, in April 2020.

Work Details

Year: 2020

Instrumentation: Guitar.

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Medium


Performances of this work

20 Jul 21.

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