The Lake and the hinterland : for violin and piano
by Stuart Greenbaum (1999)
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Stay close now as winter's
White fuse burns across
The lake and the hinterland
(excerpt from Late Autumn Lullaby by Ross Baglin)
A hinterland is a district behind a coast, or river's banks with the suggestion of sparse population. The full text to Baglin's poem is one I had already set for voice, and the resonance of that setting continues in this piece for cello and piano. A shorter version had originally been written in celebration of the marriage of Henriette Rothschild and Mathew McCrum. The current, extended, version is also dedicated to them.
Instrumentation: Violin, piano.
Duration: 5 min.
Difficulty: Medium — AMEB Grade 6-8
Dedication note: For Matthew McCrum and Henriette Rothschild
Title taken from text of the poem 'Late autumn lullaby' by Ross Baglin.
- Inspired by: Literature & Poetry
Performances of this work
8 Jul 00: Alexander Symphonic Wind Band, conducted by Lynette Bridgland, [at Border Music Camp, Albury].
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