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Brisbane suite : for mandolin orchestra

by Stephen Lalor (2009)

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Performance by Plektra Mandolin Ensemble, Stephen Lalor from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 46.

Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 46.


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Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 46.

Library shelf no. CD 2547 [Available for loan]

Brisbane suite


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Brisbane suite : for mandolin orchestra / Stephen Lalor.

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Work Overview

'Brisbane Suite' is a 3-movement work for Mandolin Orchestra, with optional didjeridoo in two of the movements. The two rhythmically energetic outer movements frame the lyrical 2nd movement, 'Atherton Tableland Waltz'.

Work Details

Year: 2009

Instrumentation: Mandolin Orchestra - mandolin I, mandolin II, mandola, guitar, mandocello (optional), double bass or acoustic bass guitar, optional didjeridoo and percussion.

Duration: 12 min.

Difficulty: Medium — Community Orchestra

Contents note: Troika -- Atherton Tableland waltz -- Kharkiv cafe.  

Commission note: Commissioned by FAME (Federation of Australasian Mandolin Ensembles) 2009

First performance: by Keith Harris — 11 Jul 09. St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane


Performances of this work

2 Nov 2012: at Stephen Lalor & Plektra (St Stephen's Uniting Church (Sydney)). Featuring Stephen Lalor, Plektra Mandolin Ensemble.

20 Nov 2010: at Antipodean Mandolin Ensemble (Northside Baptist Church). Featuring Antipodean Mandolin Ensemble.

6 Jun 2010: at Eurofest Zupfmusik 2010 (Burgerzentrum Bruchsal).

11 Jul 09: St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane. Featuring Keith Harris.

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