My iPhone, Where Are You? : for low female voice and piano
by Nicholas Vines (2016)
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Performance by Morgan Townsend, Jonathan Ong from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 81
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My iPhone, Where Are You? is a belt song in a contemporary musical theatre idiom. Vacillating between many emotions, it explores the psychological damage done to an individual by the loss of her smartphone.
This song was designed with the NSW HSC Music 1 and Music 2 performance requirements in mind.
Instrumentation: Low female voice, piano.
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Medium to advanced secondary/ undergraduate level; suitable for HSC performance, especially Music 1
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