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String quartet no. 2 : Shaker Dances

by Graeme Koehne

Also known as: Shaker dances

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Work Details

Instrumentation: 2 violins, viola, cello.

Contents note: 1. Whirling dance -- 2. Precept and line -- 3. Square order shuffle.

First performance: by Australian String Quartet — 10 Aug 95. Elder Hall, Adelaide

Performances of this work

5 May 2018: at A Classic Celebration – for Australian Parliament House (Great Hall, Parliament House). Featuring Musicians of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.

14 Aug 2014: at Our Don (Adelaide Town Hall). Featuring Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Luke Dollman.

27 Oct 11: Melbourne Recital Centre. Featuring Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, William Hennessy.

22 Mar 2011: at Australian String Quartet: Shaker Dances (Conservatorium Theatre, Brisbane). Featuring Australian String Quartet.

21 Mar 2011: at Australian String Quartet: Shaker Dances (Melbourne Recital Centre, Elisabeth Murdoch Hall). Featuring Australian String Quartet.

18 Mar 2011: at Australian String Quartet: Shaker Dances (City Recital Hall). Featuring Australian String Quartet.

14 Mar 2011: at Australian String Quartet: Shaker Dances (Perth Concert Hall). Featuring Australian String Quartet.

10 Mar 2011: at Australian String Quartet: Shaker Dances (Adelaide Town Hall). Featuring Australian String Quartet.

10 Aug 95: Elder Hall, Adelaide. Featuring Australian String Quartet.

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