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Sonata for viola and percussion : percussion and viola duo

by Peter Sculthorpe (1960)

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Performance by Patricia Pollett, Michael Askill from the CD Viola power

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Viola power / Patricia Pollett, viola.

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Sonata for viola and percussion / Peter Sculthorpe

Library shelf no. 787.3183/SCU 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1960

Instrumentation: Viola, percussion.

Duration: 12 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Dedication note: Dedicated to Peter Komlos

First performance: by Rosemary Green, Peter Sculthorpe — Jul 60. Attingham Park Summer School, Shropshire, England

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Performances of this work

22 Apr 2021: at Tumblers (UTS Gallery). Featuring Claire Edwardes, James Wannan.

28 Mar 2021: at Avant Gardens 4: Naturale (Private residence in Tempe, NSW). Featuring Ensemble Offspring.

5 Oct 19: Sands Point, NY. Featuring Kathryn Lockwood, Yousif Sheronick.

23 Nov 2018: at Australian Landscape - a concert in the round (Madley Rehearsal Space - University of Adelaide). Featuring Patricia Pollett, Ryszard Pusz.

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 Louis Siu, William Lane.

4 May 2013: at Hausmusik: Roger Benedict and Daryl Pratt ('Sassafras'). Featuring Daryl Pratt, Roger Benedict.

Jul 60: Attingham Park Summer School, Shropshire, England. Featuring Peter Sculthorpe, Rosemary Green.

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