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800 million heartbeats : for piano trio

by Stuart Greenbaum (1999, this version: 2007)

Also known as: Eight hundred million heartbeats

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800 million heartbeats / NZTrio plays the music of Stuart Greenbaum.

Library shelf no. CD 2481 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1999, this version: 2007

Instrumentation: Violin, cello, piano.

Duration: 8 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Dedication note: Dedicated to Yarra Trio

Written for: Yarra Trio

First performance: by Yarra Trio — 21 Apr 08. 45 Downstairs, Melbourne


Stuart Greenbaum: 800 miilion heartbeats

Many living creatures last for around 800 million heartbeats. So the title is a metaphor for a life, measured in heartbeats, and the journeys that fill its course.


Performances of this work

1 Mar 2019: at anon.: Contemporary Classics (Melbourne Recital Centre, Primrose Potter Salon). Featuring anon..

23 Aug 2015: at NZ Trio: East from Here (Lennox Theatre). Featuring NZTrio.

11 Aug 2012: at Strelitzia Piano Trio: 800 Million Heartbeats (Adamstown Uniting Church). Featuring Strelitzia Piano Trio.

4 Aug 2012: at Strelitzia Piano Trio: 800 Million Heartbeats (The Independent Theatre). Featuring Strelitzia Piano Trio.

5 Jun 2011: at Lyrebird Music Society Concert (Wyselaskie Auditorium). Featuring Rosanne Hunt, Marianne Rothschild, Glenn Riddle.

29 Nov 2009: at Kurrawong Ensemble (Art Gallery of New South Wales). Featuring Kurrawong Ensemble.

21 Apr 08: 45 Downstairs, Melbourne. Featuring Yarra Trio.

8 Nov 99: Gryphon Gallery, University of Melbourne. Featuring Southbank Contemporary Music Ensemble.

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