Chamber concerto : chamber ensemble
by Gerald Glynn (1982)
Chamber Concerto was written in Paris in 1982. The work is in four distinct sections which are interlinked, twice by outbursts from percussion and once by a vigorous dialogue between viola and cello. The slow movement is heard last, with high woodwind playing over the strings in their lower registers, and the piano oscillating slowly between them.
Instrumentation: Flute, clarinet, viola, cello, drums/marimba, piano.
Duration: 14 min.
Performances of this work
17 Sep 95: ABC Centre, Ultimo, Sydney. Featuring Sydney Alpha Ensemble.
3 Mar 90: California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, Cal. USA
23 Jul 87: City of London Festival: Music Australis
16 Aug 85: "Encounters France-Australia": Melbourne New Music
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