The Lake and the hinterland : for cello 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: Cello, piano.
Duration: 5 min.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Henriette Rothschild and Mathew McCrum
Title taken from text of the poem 'Late autumn lullaby' by Ross Baglin.
Thanks to Zoe Knighton for assistance in editing the cello part.
- 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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