Flying : for string quartet
by Stephen Lalor (1997, this version: 2012)
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Performance by Chanterelle String Quartet from the CD Selected works by AMC represented artists, vol. 33.
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The title "Flying" suggested itself
to the composer after the composition of the piece. A syncopated,
driving piece, it conjures images of flying - gathering momentum,
taking off and soaring into the air, then serenely gliding before
returning to earth. The different parts tumble over each other
in the opening, the middle section is more reflective and
improvisatory in nature, and it finishes with the energy of the
Year: 1997, this version: 2012
Instrumentation: 2 violins, viola, cello.
Duration: 5 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Advanced student/professional level
Performances of this work
24 Apr 2022: at Plektra in Mosman Concert Series 2022 (Sacred Heart Church Hall (Mosman)).
5 Jun 2019: at Folk Dances and Vivaldi for Mandolin, Flute and String Quartet (The Concourse, Chatswood). Featuring Chanterelle String Quartet.
15 Oct 2018: at Chanterelle String Quartet plays music of Stephen Lalor (Ravenswood Centenary Centre Auditorium). Featuring Chanterelle String Quartet.
12 Nov 2017: at Chanterelle String Quartet play Lalor, Vivaldi, Bridge (St Augustine’s Catholic Church (Balmain)). Featuring Chanterelle String Quartet.
9 Nov 14: Blessed Sacrament Church, NSW. Featuring Chanterelle String Quartet.
3 Aug 14: Turramurra Uniting Church, NSW. Featuring Chanterelle String Quartet.
2 Feb 13: Blacktown Arts Centre, NSW
13 May 97: Performed by SITE (Sydney Institute of Technology Ensemble), at Sydney Institute of Technology
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