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A Wedding masque : choir

by David Tunley (1961)

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A wedding masque : for two sopranos and contralto, three-part choir (SSC) or ensemble, flute and piano / by David Tunley.

Version: This product features the Female Choir with chamber ensemble version of this work

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A wedding masque : for two sopranos and contralto, three-part choir (SSC) or ensemble, flute and piano / by David Tunley ; from Shakespeare's 'The Tempest'.

Version: This product features the Female Choir with chamber ensemble version of this work

Library shelf no. 782.654/TUN 2 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

A setting of the 'Masque' in Shakespeare's The Tempest.

Work Details

Withdrawn: the composer has withdrawn this work and it is no longer available for sale or public performance. Materials held in the Australian Music Centre's collection are for reference and research purposes only.

Year: 1961

Instrumentation: 2 sopranos, alto, 3-part choir (SSA), flute, piano, 2 violins, viola, violoncello. Choral parts may be sung by soloists.

Duration: 14 min.

Difficulty: Soloists: advanced student/professional. Choir: good amateur. Flute: advanced student/professional. Competent pianist.

Dedication note: To Paula

Performances of this work

2005: Leider Society of Western Australia recital. Featuring In Veritas.

1972: Festival of Perth. Featuring Georg Tintner, West Australian Symphony Orchestra.

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