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Golden Dominion, op. 113a : for choir and orchestra

by Andrew Schultz (2021)

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Performance by Canberra Symphony Orchestra, ANU School of Music Chamber Orchestra, Brisbane Chamber Choir, Chris Latham from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 133.

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Work Overview

A solemn and lyrical work for orchestra, Golden Dominion, op. 113 is an adaptation of the choral-orchestral work 'Dominion, op. 112'. This work divides the strings and uses the blended sonorities of low woodwind, horns, harp, vibraphone (and voices in the choral version) to achieve a warm and luscious sound world. Golden Dominion aims for a luminous and richly resonant character and a sustained golden mood.

Work Details

Year: 2021

Instrumentation: SATB choir, 2 flutes, oboe, cor anglais, 2 B flat clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 French horns in F, 3 trumpets in C, 2 tenor trombones, tuba, timpani, percussion (2 players) , harp, strings.

Duration: 6 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

First performance: by Canberra Symphony Orchestra, ANU School of Music Chamber Orchestra, Brisbane Chamber Choir, Chris Latham — 5 Jun 21. Llewellyn Hall, ANU, Canberra

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5 Jun 21: Llewellyn Hall, ANU, Canberra. Featuring Canberra Symphony Orchestra, ANU School of Music Chamber Orchestra, Brisbane Chamber Choir, Chris Latham.

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