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Elegy for string orchestra : transcribed for organ

by Frederick Septimus Kelly (1915, this version: 2019)

Also known as: In memoriam Rupert Brooke

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Performance by Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Johannes Fritzsch from the CD Elegy

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Work Details

Year: 1915, this version: 2019

Instrumentation: Organ.

Transcribed for organ by Simon Nieminski.

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Elegy for strings by F. S. Kelly (audio)
 

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Performances of this work

1 Mar 2020: at Australian Bushfire Benefit (Royal Academy of Music).

22 Aug 2018: at ASO: Mozart & Septimus Kelly at Elder 3 (Elder Hall). Featuring Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Natsuko Yoshimoto.

1 May 2018: at CIMF18: Requiem (Australian War Memorial). Featuring Luminescence Chamber Singers.

12 Jun 15: featuring Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Davis.

11 Jun 2015: at MSO: War Requiem (Hamer Hall). Featuring Andrew Davis, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

11 Jun 15: Hamer Hall, VIC. Featuring Andrew Davis, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

16 May 2015: at The Australian Voices: QSO Current (State Library of Queensland).

27 Mar 2015: at Essentially Elgar (Federation Concert Hall, Hobart). Featuring Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.

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