The Golden Dawn : seven pieces for solo piano
by Larry Sitsky (2010)
Library shelf no. 786.2185/SIT 2 [Not for loan]
'The Golden Dawn' was a magical society from the early twentieth century. The use of the Angelic language "Enochian" stems from the practices of Dr. John Dee, and his language provided me with the titles of the movements.
The style of performance is generally fantastic and improvisatory.
Duration: 18 min.
Contents note: I. Mahorela (Dark heavens) -- II. Malpirgi (Fiery darts) -- III. Vinu (Invoke) -- IV. Ser (Lamentation) -- V. Luciftias (Brightness) -- VI. Yor (Roar) -- VII. Vaoan (Truth).
Dedication note: Dedicated to Anna Goldsworthy, Eleonora Sivan, Debra Andreacchio, Phuong Vuong, Rosanne Hammer, Inna Fursa, Jane Burgess, Gabriella Smart. To Eleonora Sivan and her disciples: Anna Goldsworthy, Debra Andreacchio, Gabriella Smart, Inna Fursa, Rosanne Hammer, Jane Burgess and Phuong Vuong.
First performance: at The Golden Dawn - Larry Sitsky in concert (Hartley Room, University of Adelaide) on 27 Nov 2010
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Performances of this work
27 Nov 2010: at The Golden Dawn - Larry Sitsky in concert (Hartley Room, University of Adelaide).
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