Waiting : A piano arrangement from 'Lovesongs/-Fragments'
by Andrée Greenwell (1989, this version: 2020)
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Waiting : flexible instrumentation, two treble instruments and obligato accompaniment [eScore] / Andrée Greenwell.
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This is an arrangement of incidental music composed for Greenwell's song cycle Lovesongs/-Fragments, for the Shrieking Divas, performed in Melbourne and Sydney, 1989. The Shrieking Divas was an all-female group of composer-musicians from Melbourne, founded by Andrée Greenwell with singer Jacqui Rutten, with Hope Csuturos, Angela Dillon, Amelia Barden, Helen Mountfort, Caroline Schwerkolt and Liz Landray in various incarnations of the group. The song cycle featured new and old lovesongs from across Western history. There were a number of music pieces to which Greenwell narrated excerpts from Roland Barthes A Lover's Discourse (1977) and the original title of this pieces is Am I in Love? Yes, since I'm waiting which pertains to a particular passage in Barthes' book.
Year: 1989, this version: 2020
Duration: 2 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Grade 4
The composer has noted the following styles, genres, influences, etc. associated with this work:
Inspired by the piano music of Erik Satie.
- In the form/style of: Post-minimalism
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