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Rare sugar : a clarinet concertino in a single movement, piano reduction

by Nigel Westlake (2007)

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Rare sugar : a clarinet concertino in a single movement / N. Westlake

Version: This product features the Septets: Clarinet, piano, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass version of this work

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Work Details

Year: 2007

Instrumentation: Clarinet, piano.

Duration: 14 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

The title of Rare Sugar, composed in honour of Emeritus Professor Stephen Angyal of the University of New South Wales, is a light-hearted reference to his reserach into the chemistry of rare sugars.

Awards & Prizes

Year Award Placing Awarded for/to
2008 Classical Music Awards - Best Performance of an Australian Composition Winner Australia Ensemble

Analysis

Resonate article: 2008 Classical Music Awards - Winners by Australian Music Centre

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Performances of this work

13 Oct 2018: at Forces of Nature (Sir John Clancy Auditorium). Featuring Australia Ensemble.

22 Apr 2017: at Musica Viva: Festival Concert #3 (Verbrugghen Hall).

5 Aug 2012: at Evening Series - Rare and Russian (Townsville Civic Theatre). Featuring Piers Lane, Goldner String Quartet, Catherine McCorkill.

3 Aug 2012: at Evening Series - Rare and Russian (Townsville Civic Theatre). Featuring Goldner String Quartet, Catherine McCorkill.

13 Mar 2012: at Australian Voices - Nigel Westlake curated by Matthew Hoy (Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Matthew Hoy, Musicians of the National Academy of Music.

17 Mar 07: featuring Australia Ensemble.

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