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From Kakadu : for solo guitar

by Peter Sculthorpe (1993)

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Performance by Aleksandr Tsiboulski from the CD Australian guitar music

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From Kakadu, and Into the dreaming : for solo guitar / Peter Sculthorpe

Library shelf no. 787.84/SCU 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1993

Instrumentation: Guitar.

Duration: 11 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Dedication note: Dedicated to John Williams

Commission note: Commissioned by Darwin International Guitar Festival with funds provided by Australia Council. Performing Arts Board.

First performance: by John Williams — 8 Jul 93. Darwin Performing Arts Centre


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Performances of this work

19 Sep 2018: at Andrey Lebedev (Shortwave Cafe (London, UK)). Featuring Andrey Lebedev.

2 Mar 2016: at Australian Music and the Classical Guitar (Royal Academy of Music). Featuring Andrey Lebedev.

9 Oct 2014: at Peter Sculthorpe - A Celebration of a Life with Music (Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts). Featuring Adrian Walter.

3 Aug 13: Leelanu Summer Music Festival. Featuring Dan Quinn.

19 May 2012: at Sculthorpe - music for Guitar (Albert Hall, Canberra). Featuring Aleksandr Tsiboulski.

11 May 12: Various venues in Canberra, ACT

8 Jul 93: Darwin Performing Arts Centre. Featuring John Williams.

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