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Incredible floridas : sextet

by Richard Meale (1971)

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Incredible Floridas / Richard Meale.

Library shelf no. 785.3416/MEA 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1971

Instrumentation: Flute/alto flute/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, violin/viola, violoncello, piano, percussion.

Duration: 33 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: 1. voyelles -- 2. fetes de la faim -- 3. Le Bateau Ivre -- 4. phrases - veillées - génie -- 5. une saison en enfer.

Commission note: Commissioned by Fires of London.

First performance: Jun 71. First performed by ASCM Festival London.


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Performances of this work

23 Jul 2013: at Old Kings in Exile (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Soundstream Collective.

19 Jul 2013: at Old Kings in Exile (Elder Hall). Featuring Soundstream Collective.

19 Jul 13: Elder Hall, SA. Featuring Soundstream Collective.

13 Aug 11: featuring Australia Ensemble.

14 May 2011: at Australia Ensemble @ UNSW (Sir John Clancy Auditorium). Featuring Australia Ensemble.

12 May 2011: at Australia Ensemble @UNSW (Leighton Hall). Featuring Australia Ensemble.

7 Apr 11.

9 Mar 2011: at ANAM - Australian Voices: Meale (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre).

Jun 71: First performed by ASCM Festival London.

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