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Work

Winamin : violin with piano

by Michael Whiticker (1986)

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Performance by Robert Constable, Elizabeth Holowell from the CD Jewel

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Work Overview

Written for Daniel Herskovitch and Rotraud Schneider while I was Composer in Residence at Trinity Grammar School and endeavouring to write something which would communicate to a wider school community at first listening. Winamin has become one of my more successful works with many performers over the years. The most recent recognition (as I write this in 2010) is the new CD release "Jewel" on the Atoll Label with Robert Constable and Elizabeth Holowell.

Work Details

Year: 1986

Instrumentation: Violin, piano.

Duration: 4 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — AMEB Associate.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Max Taylor

Written for: Daniel Herscovitch, Rotraud Schneider

Commission note: Commissioned with funds provided by Australia Council.. As part of a Trinity Grammar School Composer residency funded by the Australia Council

First performance: by Daniel Herscovitch, Rotraud Schneider — 10 Oct 86. Trinity Grammar School, Sydney

'Winamin' is an Aboriginal word meaning to beat time.

Performances of this work

10 Oct 86: Trinity Grammar School, Sydney. Featuring Daniel Herscovitch, Rotraud Schneider.

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