Evening under the hill : for flute and piano
by Miriam Hyde (1936, this version: 1968)
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Dancing shadows : the music of Miriam Hyde for flute and piano / Bridget Bolliger flute, Andrew West piano, Gerard Maguire reader.
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Inspired by a party in the garden of Springfield House at the foot of the Adelaide Hills. As guests wandered about the beautiful grounds in the late afternoon, the shadows of trees lengthened across the lawn and the foothills began to darken. There is a rather restless middle section, rising to a climax, before the return of the main theme. Finally, peace returns, and the change to the major key (in the coda) tells us to look at the sky, where a few stars have come out, as the piano part mounts to its last high, silvery chord.
Year: 1936, this version: 1968
Dedication note: Dedicated to Arved Kurtz
Performances of this work
3 Jun 36: Adelaide Town Hall. Featuring Arved Kurtz.
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