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Daryl Pratt

This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Daryl Pratt held in our catalogue.

Random Audio Sample: Learning to howl : a song cycle for soprano, soprano saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet, harp & percussion by Andrew Ford, from the CD Learning to howl

Works by Daryl Pratt

Daryl Pratt is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:

Webb spinner by Daryl Pratt

Frame by Daryl Pratt

Sock bop a dop by Daryl Pratt

Water settings by Daryl Pratt

Room in the house by Daryl Pratt

Modern dance by Daryl Pratt

Tangos nuevos II by Daryl Pratt

Miles To Go 2 by Daryl Pratt

Works commissioned and written for Daryl Pratt

Organised lounge by Stuart Greenbaum

World premieres given by Daryl Pratt

Trumpet Concerto : for solo trumpet and chamber ensemble of 7 players by Matthew Hindson— 27 Nov 20 (Live streaming event (online only))

Warhol in The Tenderloin : for flute, bass clarinet, violin, cello, piano & percussion by Angus Davison— 17 Oct 20

The Stubborn Heart : Song cycle for soprano and chamber orchestra by George Palmer— 6 Sep 14 (Sydney Conservatorium of Music)

Terra obscura : for solo saxophone and chamber orchestra by Katia Beaugeais— 6 Sep 14 (Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, NSW)

Ballistic variations : for chamber orchestra by Mark Grandison— Oct 13 (Sydney Conservatorium)

You must sleep, but I must dance : for viola and percussion by Andrew Ford— 17 Sep 12 (Verbrugghen Hall, NSW)

Organised lounge : for percussion ensemble of 13 players by Stuart Greenbaum— 18 May 12 (Sydney Conservatorium of Music)

Orovela (quintets: clarinet, horn, piano, percussion, violin) by Brad Gill— 8 May 12 (Sydney Conservatorium of Music)

Triptych : for two percussionists by Jane Stanley— 14 Mar 10 (Australian Institute of Music, Building B, 1-51 Foveaux St, Surry Hills)

ishi ... sono : percussion by Rosà Lind Page— 2 May 09 (Kangaroo Valley Hall, NSW)

Learning to howl : a song cycle for soprano, soprano saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet, harp & percussion by Andrew Ford— 9 Mar 03 (Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Centre, Ultimo, Sydney.)

Red, yellow, black & white : Music for reconciliation : for two pianos & double percussion by Amanda Handel— 24 Aug 02 (Joan Sutherland Centre, Penrith, NSW)

Estampie : for clarinet, drum, harp & string quartet by Andrew Ford— 27 Mar 99 (Abercrombie Caves, NSW, as part of the Kowmung Music Festival)

Icarus drowning : for chamber ensemble by Andrew Ford— 27 Mar 99 (Abercrombie Caves, Blue Mountains, NSW)

Hymn to the sun : for clarinet, celesta and harp by Andrew Ford— 27 Mar 99 (Abercrombie Caves, NSW as part of the Kowmung Music Festival)

Meditations on a Chinese character : for ensemble by Anne Boyd— 21 Sep 96 (Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Ultimo Centre, Sydney)

Calabrian dances I : for trombone, marimba & 'cello by Raffæle Marcellino— 15 Sep 95 (Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music, Hobart)

Clip : percussion by Elena Kats-Chernin— 2 Oct 94 (Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Ultimo, Sydney)

Lines of Light : Seven Improvisations on Aitheros Melos : electroacoustic by Ian Shanahan— 27 Nov 93 (Joseph Post Auditorium, Sydney Conservatorium of Music)

Harmony in concord : for trombone, marimba/vibraphone, percussion and electronic tape by Carl Vine— 24 Apr 92 (Old Melbourne Gaol)

Cycles of Vega : for sopranino clarinet in E flat and percussion (2 players) by Ian Shanahan— 2 Nov 91 (Second Sydney Spring International Festival of New Music, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney)

Red letter days : Cycles 6-a by Lawrence Whiffin— Jun 88 (North Melbourne Town Hall)

Confessions to my dogs : mezzo-soprano voice with chamber ensemble by Moya Henderson— 15 May 87 (Playwrights Conference, Arts Centre, ANU, Canberra)

Analysis & Media

- Video: You must sleep, but I must dance (interview with Andrew Ford, and performance excerpts)

- Video: Terra Obscura: concerto for saxophone, by Katia Beaugeais