Night song : for violin, cello and piano
by Peter Sculthorpe (1993, this version: 1995)
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This work is an arrangement of the central part of Love 200 (1970), for rock band and orchestra. It acts as a nocturne-like slow movement, the only part of the work in which the rock band is silent. In this arrangement, the solo violin follows the original vocal line, which is concerned with solitary thoughts at night, while becalmed on a distant sea. Set in a straightforward, strophic manner, the four verses of the original are followed by an extended coda. Peter Sculthorpe
Year: 1993, this version: 1995
Instrumentation: Violin, cello, piano.
Duration: 8 min.
Dedication note: To my family
Performances of this work
19 Jan 2018: at Seidler Salon Series – Genevieve Lacey, Daniel Yeadon and Neal Peres da Costa (Elizabeth Street Offices). Featuring Daniel Yeadon, Neal Peres Da Costa, Genevieve Lacey.
17 Oct 95: Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall Building, New York City, USA. Featuring Verdehr Trio.
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