Adelaide dances : for mandolin orchestra
by Stephen Lalor (2016)
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Library shelf no. 785.719/LAL 1 [Available for loan]
The three movements of Adelaide Dances are:
1. March - A strange, eerie march inspired by the funeral procession in Bulgakov's The Master & Margarita & the famous Adelaide cold-case mystery Somerton Man.
2. Twilight Dance - for the hot summer nights on Adelaide's beaches: a sultry dance of intertwining melodies & rhythms
3. Balkan Rhumba - inspired by the composer's past performances at Adelaide's WOMADelaide Festival, as well as Adelaide's large east-European population.
Instrumentation: Mandolin and guitar orchestra/ensemble: 1st mandolins, 2nd mandolins, mandola, guitar, bass, mandocello (optional), percussion.
Duration: 16 min.
Contents note: 1. March (5'15") -- 2. Twilight Dance (5'30") -- 3. Balkan Rhumba (4'15").
Commission note: Commissioned by Federation of Australasian Mandolin Ensembles.. Commissioned for the 2017 Adelaide Mandolin Festival
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