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Work

Restless dust : cello with piano

by Jennifer Fowler (1988)

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Performance by Alfia Bekova, Eleaonora Bekova from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 95.

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Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 95.

Library shelf no. CD 2955 [Available for loan]

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Restless dust / Jennifer Fowler.

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Work Overview

The title refers obliquely to an idea I had in mind while writing this piece: that of a whirlwind of red dust from the strange red interior of the Australian desert. The piece is intended only to hint at such an idea, and also to hint at the spirit of the whirlwind: a restless, capricious spirit playing in a wasteland.

Work Details

Year: 1988

Instrumentation: Cello, piano.

Duration: 11 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional or good amateur.

Dedication note: For Julian Cowking

First performance: by Kath Sharman, Antony Gray — 27 Nov 90. Australia House, The Strand, London UK

Performances of this work

4 Dec 96: St Cyprian's Church, London, UK. Featuring Anthea Cottee, Antony Gray.

31 May 93: University of Western Australia, Perth. Featuring Iain Grandage, Cathie Travers.

3 Apr 93: The Guildhall, Chard, Somerset, UK. Featuring Alfia Bekova, Eleaonora Bekova.

27 Nov 90: Australia House, The Strand, London UK. Featuring Kath Sharman, Antony Gray.

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