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Hrafnsöngvar : piano trio

by Rosalind Page (2001)

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Performance by Halcyon, Mark Shiell from the CD Cool black

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Cool black : chamber works / by Rosalind Page

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Library shelf no. CD 1978 [Available for loan]

Hrafnsöngvar = Ravensongs


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Hrafnsöngvar = Ravensongs : a tone poem on seven texts by Hrafn Andrés Hardarson / Rosalind Page.

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Library shelf no. Q 783.66547/PAG 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 2001

Performances of this work

18 Jan 2015: at Sine & Syrinx (St Bede's Anglican Church, Drummoyne).

21 Oct 2014: at Northern Lights (Recital Hall West, Sydney Conservatorium of Music). Featuring Ole Bohn, Georg Pedersen, Clemens Leske.

9 May 2014: at Women's Work (Recital Hall East). Featuring Halcyon.

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My favourite Australian art song repertoire

Posted by Australian Music Centre on 22 July, 2013

The AMC asked leading practitioners to select their favourite Australian art song repertoire, to provide delegates to the 2013 International Conference of Vocal Teachers (Brisbane 2013) with an introduction to this rich and diverse landscape.
A tone poem of 7 songs with 2 instrumental intermezzi, with poetry by Hrafn Andres Hardarson evokes, in the composer's words, "an ornithological cosmos, filled with the symbolism of flight". Singing the work is rather like following the flight path of a high-soaring bird as it swoops, glides and plunges its way through the skies of Iceland, resting only to contemplate the view. The cycle is definitely for a high soprano with a facility for acrobatic movement and nerves of steel. The music is at times ominous, then delicious and every line is beautifully woven to suit the instrument.
Alison Morgan