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Encore de Lirico : double bass with piano

by Sally Greenaway (2012)

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Performance by James Luke, Sally Greenaway from the CD Aubade & nocturne

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Aubade & nocturne


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Aubade & nocturne / music of Sally Greenaway.

Library shelf no. CD 2621 [Available for loan]

De la luz


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De la luz : for guitar / Sally Greenaway.

Version: This product features the Solo Guitar version of this work

Library shelf no. 787.87/GRE 6 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

De la Luz - 'in the light' - is a delicate and uplifting solo guitar piece. It gently unfolds with a satisfyingly uncomplicated melody.

Commissioned by John Couch for his 2013 CD release and tour. I wanted this piece to really show off the beautiful tone of his guitar and the magnificent control of John's playing.

Work Details

Year: 2012

Instrumentation: Double bass, piano.

The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Influenced by Charlie Haden, Keith Jarrett, Tord Gustavsen.

Jazz arrangement of the classical guitar piece 'De La Luz'.


Performances of this work

3 Aug 2017: at AFCM 2017: Concert Conversations with Piers Lane 4 (Townsville Civic Theatre). Featuring Kirsty McCahon, Timothy Constable.

5 Dec 2015: at Sydney Guitar Society CD launch - Ask Me Tomorrow (Crows Nest Uniting Church Hall). Featuring John Couch.

28 Nov 2015: at Ask Me Tomorrow CD launch (Belconnen Arts Centre). Featuring John Couch.

11 May 13: Concert at Torbay, Auckland, New Zealand. Featuring John Couch.

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