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Program note: Carl Vine's "Symphony No. 4"

  • by Gordon Kerry
  • Source: Published by Symphony Services
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Symphony no 4 (1993)
Carl Vine
(Born 1954)

Carl Vine's fourth symphony is about the experience of discontinuity, and as such marks radical shift in the development of his musical language.
Vine's symphonic output began in 1986 with the Microsymphony, commissioned, like the present work, by the Sydney Youth Orchestra. 1986 also saw the composition of Love Song, for trombone and tape, in which Vine forswore dogmatic modernism and developed a new style based on a rethinking of ...


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