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Apollinairesongs : for low soprano and piano

by Rosalind Page (2007)

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Performance by Halcyon, Mark Shiell from the CD Cool black

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Apollinaire songs / Rosalind Page ; performed by Halcyon, Mark Shiell

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Apollinairesongs : for low soprano and piano / Rosalind Page ; texts by Guillaume Apollinaire.

Library shelf no. 783.67542/PAG 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

Apollinairesongs is a perpetual song cycle, setting texts in French by Guillaume Apollinaire (1880-1918). The song cycle exists in settings for baritone and piano, tenor and piano, and mezzo soprano and piano. The chamber setting for voice with piano, flute, clarinet, viola and cello is available on the recording Cool Black: Chamber works by Rosalind Page, performed by Halcyon.

Work Details

Year: 2007

Instrumentation: Mezzo-soprano, piano.

Contents note: 1. Le pont Mirabeau -- 2. Toujours -- 3. Claire de lune -- 4. L'univers.

First performance: by Karen Cummings, John Martin — 22 Oct 00. Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Centre, Ultimo, Sydney

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Performances of this work

1 Dec 2018: at Shining Shores (Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music). Featuring Halcyon.

10 Jul 2018: at Claire de Lune (Melbourne Recital Centre, Primrose Potter Salon). Featuring Jacqueline Dark, Syzygy Ensemble.

Oct 02: St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney. Featuring Halcyon, Matthew Wood.

22 Oct 00: Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Centre, Ultimo, Sydney. Featuring Karen Cummings, John Martin.

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