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Chrissietina's magic fantasy : for violin and viola

by Matthew Hindson (1994, this version: 1998)

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Performance by Glenn Murray, Christine Myers from the CD Greenbaum, Hindson, Peterson.

This sample is of the Duos: 2 Violins version of this work

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Chrissietina's magic fantasy : for violin and viola / by Matthew Hindson

Library shelf no. 785.712/HIN 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1994, this version: 1998

Instrumentation: Violin, viola.

Duration: 9 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Written for: Duende (Musical group)

Commission note: Composed for the group Duende (Nicky Lewis and Esther van Stralen).

First performance: by Duende (Musical group) — 8 Aug 98. Rozelle Hospital, Sydney.

Arranged from original version for 2 violins.


Program note: Matthew Hindson's "Chrissietina's magic fantasy"
by Matthew Hindson
Source: the score of this work


Performances of this work

21 Apr 2021: at Amulet (UTS Gallery). Featuring Alexandra Osborne, James Wannan.

3 May 2012: at Candlelight Concert (Ewenny Priory Church). Featuring Ensemble Midtwest.

18 Nov 09: Concertgebouw Amsterdam. Featuring Marijn Mijnders, Monica Naselow.

8 Aug 98: Rozelle Hospital, Sydney.. Featuring Duende (Musical group).

Nov 94: featuring Christine Myers, Glenn Murray.

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