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Scenes from Bruegel : for chamber orchestra and pre-recorded sounds

by Andrew Ford (2006)

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Scenes from Bruegel


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Scenes from Bruegel / Andrew Ford.

Library shelf no. CD 1639 [Available for loan]

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Scenes from Bruegel : for chamber orchestra and pre-recorded sounds / Andrew Ford.

Library shelf no. Q 784.2/FOR 5 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 2006

Instrumentation: Flute (doubling piccolo), oboe (doubling cor anglais), clarinet (doubling bass clarinet), bassoon (doubling contra-bassoon), French horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, percussion (2 players), accordion, piano, harp, strings, CD of pre-recorded sounds.

Duration: 20 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional.

Contents note: I. Children's games -- II. Hunters in the snow -- III. The peasant wedding dance.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Richard Rodney Bennett

Written for: West Australian Symphony Orchestra, New Juilliard Ensemble

Commission note: Commissioned with funds provided by Australia Council. Music Board.. Composed while the composer was the recipient of a two-year fellowship of the Music Board of the Australia Council.

First performance: by New Juilliard Ensemble — 24 Apr 06. Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York, USA


Resonate article: Living in the country helps focus on the sounds in my head by Andrew Ford

Performances of this work

24 Apr 06: Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York, USA . Featuring New Juilliard Ensemble.

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